TURN battles corporate law-making
FRESNO, California (KFSN)—The California Public Utilities Commission held one of its travelling meetings in Fresno on Thursday. Many in the audience came to speak out against
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
Coalition forms to defend universal phone service and defeat SB 1161
For Immediate Release from TURN, The Utility Reform Network
Wednesday, April 11, 2011, Sacramento—Phone-company sponsored SB 1161 (Padilla) would
Consumer protections have diminished significantly since the California Public Utilities Commission deregulated phone rates in 2006 and adopted a new "hands-off" approach toward telecommunications, according to a report released by
A groundbreaking study released today by TURN, proves that telephone service deregulation in California is a disaster, an phone company competition a myth.
For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform
Raising Rates for Essential Needs During COVID is Wrong
With lower-income Californians bearing the brunt of the pandemic economically, utilities are still rapidly raising rates for essential heat and light despite the COVID crisis. Constantly raising rates is wrong.