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AT&T Aims To Pull Plug On Traditional Landlines

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — While many people use cellphones exclusively, there are still plenty of traditional landlines in California homes and businesses . However, state lawmakers are considering pulling the

CA Regulators Reopen San Onofre Settlement

CA regulators reopen San Onofre settlement on Monday, saying they will re-examine the settlement that pushed the some $3.3 billion in costs for closing the San Onofre power plant onto

PG&E monthly gas bills could soon soar

In a long-delayed aftershock of the 2010 San Bruno pipeline blast, the amount of money Pacific Gas and Electric Co. collects from customers each year to upgrade its natural gas
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Clothesline Protection Bill Signed

California became a right-to-dry state with Governor Jerry Brown’s signature Assembly Bill 1448. This legislation, sponsored by TURN. would allow tenants to utilize natural sunlight to dry laundered items within

AT&T Wants to Decommission Landlines in California

Seeking to capitalize upon Californians’ growing use of Internet-based phone service, telephone giant AT&T is asking state lawmakers to allow it to decommission its costly landlines. The telco says wireless