Rural electric co-op says NM Supreme Court ruling sets ‘dangerous’ precedent


The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Monday that nonprofit rural electric cooperatives do not have complete autonomy over their rates. The decision means state utility regulators can set the rates as they see fit. The co-op at the center of the lawsuit is calling the decision “dangerous,” and wants the state Legislature to step in.

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