The proposed union between Constellation Energy Group and FPL Group Inc. may have to face yet another regulatory hurdle as Maryland’s lawmakers unveiled a plan late Monday to replace the state’s five-member Public Service Commission.

The plan is designed not only to lessen the impact of a 72 percent rate increase from Constellation’s regulated utility, Baltimore Gas & Electric, but also oversee the proposed merger.

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