ALBANY (AP) — New York’s Public Service Commission says it has sufficiently communicated with stakeholders about an upcoming bailout for three failing nuclear power plants after another call from lawmakers for increased discussion about a program that could cost up to $7.6 billion.

The Assembly on Monday suggested in its one-house budget a moratorium on the bailout program until officials from the Public Service Commission testify before senators and Assembly members about how and why ratepayers would be funding the bailout with their electric bills.