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California State Sen. Jerry Hill announces proposes law to curb spending power of CPUC chief Michael Peevey (TLR Note: sham foundations included ? i.e. CCPF, CaliforniaALL, CETF etc etc etc …..)

State Sen. Jerry Hill announced Wednesday that he is proposing a law that would severely curb the financial authority of the president of the state Public Utilities Commission.

The Peninsula legislator is a leading critic of the CPUC and its longtime president, former utility CEO Michael Peevey. Hill’s district includes San Bruno’s CPUC regulated PG&E blast site.

Hill said during a press event Wednesday at the CPUC headquarters in San Francisco that he’s introducing legislation to put a stop to these abuses.

He said he wants a new law that would prohibit the CPUC from doling out hundreds of millions of utility ratepayer dollars to foundations, third-party nonprofits and for-profit organizations, unless first reviewed through the California Energy Commission.

“President Peevey, has in fact made a habit of finding ways to extract money from customers and regulated entities and inject it into the unregulated nonprofits when he then controls,” Hill said.

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