Should your electric bill include big bonuses for overpaid executives?
As anti-SmartMeter protesters wailed outside PG&E’s annual shareholder meeting Monday in San Francisco, a Peninsula lawmaker announced legislation he hopes
When will the CPUC put safety first?
Serious safety violations at power plants go uncorrected because regulators have never used their formal enforcement powers, the California Public Utilities Commission stated
AT&T loves its profitable customers but not those who depend on them the most.
As younger generations turn to cellphones and telecommunications firms push Internet-based voice service, traditional copper-wire land
Is Senate Utilities Committee in AT&T’s pocket?
SACRAMENTO—An industry-backed bill that would preempt state agencies from regulating Internet-enabled voice and data transmissions won unanimous approval from a state Senate committee
A coalition of SB 1161 backers, led by AT&T and Verizon Communications, says the proposed legislation is needed to reaffirm California’s generally hands-off stance toward “an open and competitive Internet.”