Lost revenue recovery means utilities can raise customers’ rates to recover revenue lost because of energy efficiency.
The General Assembly this week hit the halfway mark of its 2015 session, approving several major bills and killing off another.
Though a House committee included extensive tax changes to the bill, those changes were taken out before the measure left the House this week.
The proposed House bill set a goal for the state to have 80 percent of 13 -15 year olds vaccinated against HPV by 2020.
The gaming bill would allow riverboats to move on land and would give casinos a 10 percent tax credit for new construction.
The bill would allow utility companies to charge alternative energy users a fee for using the energy grid.
Democrats voted against the budget, saying changes to the state's education funding formula will hurt many public schools.
The House eliminated an amendment to gaming legislation that had asked for controversial changes to the gaming law.
The author of the bill says he doesn't have the votes necessary for the measure to pass.
Those proposed changes included a major alteration to the school funding formula.