Honorable finishes energy panel stint
Friday was Colette Honorable’s final day as a commissioner on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
A former Arkansas Public Service Commission chairman, she left Little Rock in 2014 after being appointed by then-President Barack Obama to serve on the five-member board.
She was unanimously confirmed by the Senate.
An aide said Honorable hasn’t announced what she plans to do next.
President Donald Trump announced last week that he plans to nominate Richard Glick, a Senate energy committee attorney, to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.