NHPUC: Objection to public utility assessment
In support of its objection, Fairpoint argues that NNETO and any other “excepted local exchange carriers” should not be required to fund expenses of the Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA) due to the enactment of Laws of 2012, Chapter 177 (SB 48) and, in addition, that the Commission has no statutory authority to levy an assessment on the interstate revenues of either NNETO or Enhanced Communications.
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