The article is about a pair of bills designed to upend the Arizona Corporation Commission's requirement on renewable energy could force a court battle over whether the Legislature has the power to tinker with the commission's decisions.
Arizona State University law professor Paul Bender, an expert on the Arizona Constitution, said it's difficult to predict how the court would rule in such a case, states the article.
"My view would be that the commission should prevail there because it has the exclusive ratemaking power," Bender said. "But that has not been authoritatively decided by the courts. Cases sort of go both ways, so it makes it very hard to predict."
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