by The Daily Republic
October 30, 2012 at 2:18 am in The Daily Republic
The Public Utilities Commissioner said she wants to be known as an opponent of excessive federal regulation and a champion of lower utility rates.
Tags: election 2012, Kristie Fiegen, Public Utilities Commission, puc, state, updates 1 Comment »
Only excuses on Anderson Seed. Then on top of that, Kristie doesn’t offer any real solutions to protect farmers when the next grain dealer fails.
Excessive federal regulation? Even if true, a PUC Commissioner has zero impact on the EPA. Zero. Complete B.S. Defend burning more coal as “pro-consumer”? What, not enough fly ash/soot in open pits? Not enough mercury in our water?
The PUC’s real job is to say “no” to Excel Energy. Hard to do when you take campaign money from them. The Bible says you can’t serve two masters. You can’t really serve or “fight” for consumers when you take campaign money from the utility companies.
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