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Update April 28, 8:45 a.m.: On reconsideration Wednesday morning, lawmakers decided there were better places than the Public Service Commission budget to find $75,000 for an investigation into the PSC's decision to not allow NorthWestern Energy to bill customers for $6 million stemming from a months-long summer malfunction at Colstrip Power Plant. The money will come from the state general fund. 

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The first power plant to close will be the Lewis and Clark Generating Station, located on the Montana side of the North Dakota border near Sidney. Lewis and Clark is scheduled to close in March. 

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“Have you no sense of decency?” These were the words that brought down Senator Joseph McCarthy and his reign of terror in 1954. Although it is sixty-six years later, I might ask the same thing of the Montana Public Service Commission. Have you no sense of decency about the job the voters elected you to do?

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