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Patronage Capital Remains Sticking Point for New Mexico Coop

As litigation continues between Socorro Electric Cooperative (SEC) and its members, patronage capital appears to be an ongoing sticking point. Coop members want at least $10 million refunded back to them over the next five years and are concerned with ho
August 9, 2012

As litigation continues between Socorro Electric Cooperative (SEC) and its members, patronage capital appears to be an ongoing sticking point. Coop members want at least $10 million refunded back to them over the next five years and are concerned with how SEC is handling the capital account. Click here for the full story.

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