Nov 29, 2015

Judge: Regulator should release Brown e-mails on nuclear shutdown - SFGate

A San Francisco judge is urging the state Public Utilities Commission to stop “stonewalling” and release e-mails that could reveal a behind-the-scenes role for Gov. Jerry Brown in a multibillion-dollar deal with two utilities that shut down a Southern California nuclear power plant. Superior Court Judge Ernest Goldsmith acknowledged that he may not have the legal authority to order the state to...

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