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Now More Than Ever, Consumers Need Protection—not More Energy Deregulation (4/1/02)
The Public Utility Holding Company Act and the Protection of Energy Consumers: an Examination of the Corporate Records of the top Companies Pushing for PUHCA Repeal (9/18/02)
Congress Prepares to Abandon Consumer and Investor Energy Protections (5/22/03)
The Big Blackout and Amnesia in Congress: Lawmakers Turn a Blind Eye to the Danger of Nuclear Power and the Failure of Electricity Deregulation (9/8/03)
State Leaders Urge Congress to Save PUHCA (10/14/03)
Total PAC and Soft Money Campaign Contributions to Federal Candidates and Lobbying Expenditures, 1999-2003 by Major Companies and Associations Advocating Repeal of PUHCA (11/13/03)
Changes in the Financial Health of the Electric and Natural Gas Utility Industries since the PUHCA Hearings of 2001 (3/26/04)
PUHCA at Work Protecting Consumers in 2005 (4/12/05)
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