Federal energy regulator says she won't seek new term
April 28, 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the two remaining members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission says she will not seek a second term, a move that could leave the five-member panel with a single commissioner and further hobble its ability to make decisions.
Democrat Colette Honorable said Friday she will not seek reappointment after her term expires in June. Honorable has served on the energy panel since 2014.
President Donald Trump tapped Democrat Cheryl LaFleur to lead the commission but has yet to fill three Republican vacancies. The vacancies have left the agency without a quorum and pr...