Calif governor could make sweeping change at state’s power regulator

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A PG&E worker attempts to clear a fallen utility pole from Pentz Road in Paradise, Calif., after it was felled by the Camp Fire, Thursday, November 8, 2018.

California’s power regulator could face a shake-up that could lead to sweeping changes for PG&E and other utilities. It follows the California Public Utilities Commission coming under criticism for failing to properly enforce a 2016 law requiring electric utility companies to have a wildfire action plan.

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