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Jack Hamm Nov 9
Maybe it’s time to start looking at an alternate option to run the California grid since apparently can’t perform sufficient system maintenance to stop harming the state and CPUC can’t seem to regulate them. what are you going to do here?
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Auriplane!!! Nov 15
needs to not exist anymore
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mk 3m
We can blame a lot of things, but where is the investigation into ? This is not the first time.
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Faisal Khan Nov 16
Couldn't this predicament be avoided if had spent all it's focus on minimizing fire risks than increasing the value for it's shareholders, by passing along last year's costs to it's customers
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Alex Melendrez Nov 16
This needs attention. Californians if PG&E is found responsible for the Camp Fire they will pass the bill to consumers. SB901 that Brown signed in Sept 2018 made it easier to do so. It’s time to & form a Public Utility Company
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Marly Nov 10
They are responsible for the deaths and destruction in Butte County. They need to do the right thing HELP those affected rebuild. So many in Paradise and Magalia do not have the means to rebuild. This is how you treat your community?!
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Eric Tucker Nov 13
Replying to @mgafni @californiapuc
needs to be shut down and run by the state...for profit utilities will always prioritize shareholders over maintenance and safety
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sunny Nov 16
Wow! People are threatening employees and turning them away from restaurants and gas stations. Threats have been made by people saying they will shoot them. employees are one of us. They lost homes in the as well. Be kind. Show compassion. Stop the hate!
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Zack AhSam-Kreiter Nov 16
WTF?! So the customers are now responsible for the companies wrong doings and we have to pay for it if they mess? Governor signs bill allowing...
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Laura Oliver Nov 10
Why are there employees working outside in this unhealthy air quality? At least give them a mask so they aren't breathing in all the smoke
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BreakThisNews 1h
Characteristics of the have changed dramatically from previous years that raise questions about what has changed. & + & negligence = recipe for .
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renaissance10 Nov 15
time to buyout ?
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Sam Brock Nov 13
Our interview with woman planning to sue for it’s possible role in (investigation pending). “The whole thing has been devastating. All of Concow...is completely gone.”
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Beth Nov 16
must be held fully accountable for their negligence which is repeatedly causing devastating California wildfires. I urge you to overturn measure SB901 which protects PG&E from some financial liability related to wildfires
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Marco Aldaz Nov 16
Let me get this straight, If held liable for the California Fires, The state is thinking of allowing to pass them costs on down to us? Can someone please please fill me in on this
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gary scott 8h
The lower voltage line would have been shut off if had decided to shutdown lines due to weather conditions. Did not know higher voltage transmission lines were not part of that program. Still wondering if tried to remotely test lines with reclosers before the fires.
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Bob H. 5h
So is going to pay $$$$$$$$ for their role in California ?
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Czarcastic12 Nov 16
Replying to @MorningEdition
should pay for EVERY funeral and new home needed to restore this community. Go bankrupt -- you have already bankrupted an entire population in Northern California.
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Jacob Pierce Nov 15
A super zoomed-in look at the fight over power lines and fire safety, via
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Drizzy 15h
Miami Saturday... I’m having ah Mansion Pool Party & Yacht Party this weekend!
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