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New Mexico: PNM Smart Meter proposal meets resistance from Attorney General and residents

“[A]n expert for the Attorney General’s Office found the proposal could cost customers $12 million, not the savings projected by PNM.” And that’s the initial cost. From the Santa Fe New Mexican By Rebecca Moss February 27, 2017 Public Service … Continue reading

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Lobbyists go after Attorneys General; why some investigations go nowhere or don’t happen at all

From the New York Times, October 28, 2015 By Eric Lipton NYT series: Courting Favor The Peoples’ Lawyers Emails detail interactions between the office of Attorney General Pam Bondi of Florida and a law firm trying to sway her. When … Continue reading

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Petition to Massachusetts Attorney General for moratorium and investigation into Smart Meter pilot program

Please sign this petition on behalf of Worcester residents to Attorney General Martha Coakley. http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/investigate-worcester?source=c.em.mt&r_by=8061333 The Worcester National Grid Smart Meter Pilot program exposes the community to unprecedented risks in violation of local democracy. This citizen petition calls for an … Continue reading

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Illinois leaders oppose Smart Meters — ICC mandates Smart Meters by 2022 — ComEd speeds up roll-out

What a disappointment for ComEd and its many supporters. With help from many, it managed to overturn a governor’s veto to get very specific legislation authorizing adequate returns for a multi-billion-dollar grid modernization effort. And then, after the project was already … Continue reading

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Illinois Attorney General — Smart Meters are “an experiment too expensive for consumers”

Editorial in the Chicago Tribune by Lisa Madigan, Illinois Attorney General June 21, 2011 Last month, as the Illinois General Assembly’s spring session rushed to a close, ComEd, Ameren and their army of lobbyists were able to muscle a bill through … Continue reading

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