California PUC adopts rates, but legislature could act

Consumers criticized the decision to raise rates during the Thursday hearing, and Commissioner Carl Wood said, “We are voting the epitaph for deregulation in California today.”


Fitch Inc. made good on its threat Thursday, lowering the bond ratings of Southern California Edison Co., its parent company Edison International, and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. to a “deeply speculative grade”

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