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  Tuesday, Oct. 14, San Francisco—Late yesterday, TURN filed a motion at the CPUC to compel PG&E to turn over…

    By Dan Brekke, Oct 9, 2014.: California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey, under fire for his back-channel…

  by Mark Toney, executive director, TURN In PG&E’s new disclosures on October 6, 2014, the public now has smoking…

State Sen. Jerry Hill announced Wednesday that he will seek to have the state legislature remove California Public Utilities Commission…

Michael Peevey, the controversial and embattled president of the California Public Utilities Commission, announced Thursday that he would not seek…

  Media Availability:  Is the CPUC Sweeping Collusion With PG&E Under the Rug? TURN will comment immediately after the CPUC’s…

  SAN FRANCISCO -- New emails disclosing improper contacts between the powerful president of the state Public Utilities Commission and…

E-mails show CPUC president cutting deals, critics say
October 07, 2014 by Jaxon Jaxon Van Derbeken
Newly released Pacific Gas and Electric Co. e-mails show that the head of the California Public Utilities Commission was willing to trade…

Showdown at the Public Utilities Commission
October 07, 2014 by Tom Vacar
Monday's release of emails by PG&E that further illustrated it’s all too cozy relationship with the California Public Utilities Commission…

LEGAL PROBE BEGINS IN PG&E-CPUC EMAIL EXCHANGES
October 07, 2014 by Carolyn Tyler
PG&E tried to defend itself Tuesday before an administrative law judge looking into its dealings with state regulators. Critics are…
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