Avista Corp. lobbyist Neil Colwell, left, asks the Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee to introduce legislation allowing the power company to cut struggling low-income customers a break, then seek rate adjustments from the Public Utilities Commission to cover the costs. The firm already does that in Washington and Oregon, but Idaho’s laws against rate discrimination don’t currently allow it.

Betsy Russell / The Spokesman-Review

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