In light of Wednesday’s ruling by a state judge that Southern California Edison was involved in illegal, unreported communication with members of the California Public Utilities Commission regarding the shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear plant, now the commission is facing new criticism, the Los Angeles Times reports. Consumer advocates claim the PUC may be too cozy with companies it regulates and say an unfair burden is being placed on Edison’s customers.
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