Environmental justice groups have urged Oregon legislators to curtail the use of free allowances and offsets in the state's proposed cap-and-trade programme, while natural gas utilities are advocating for greater allocations in line with their electric counterparts.
*Updates to clarify debate on investments in rural communities as relating to allowance proceeds, not offsets*
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