After being delayed once late last month, the highly anticipated final hearing and vote on Sub. S.B. 58, which is Ohio Sen. Bill Seitz's (R-Cincinnati) attempt to scale back the state's energy efficiency and renewable energy laws, were canceled for today, according to the Gongwer Ohio Report (See our Nov 26, 2013, blog post for more information). Seitz, who chairs the Senate Public Utilities Committee, outlined a new strategy for achieving his goals that involves "litigation to challenge the in-state requirement for renewable energy and to resume hearings on Sen. Kris Jordan's (R-Powell) legislation [S.B. 34] that would eliminate the clean energy law entirely."