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Arizona Legislators Propose Governor, Not Voters, Choose Utility Regulators
By Elizabeth Whitman
Arizona Regulators Don’t Know What to Do About Summer Shutoffs
Márquez Peterson: APS Put 'Unjustified Gag Order' on Commissioners Over AG Probe
APS Knew of Flaws in Its Rate Comparison Tool Back in 2017, Complaints Show
New APS Chief Promises Change Amid Problems With Customer Bills
APS Used Backdoor Charitable Donations to Sway Regulators, Report Warns
Lawsuit: APS Refused to Pay Texas Maintenance Company Nearly $900,000
Petition Asks New CEO Jeff Guldner to 'Stop All APS Spending on Elections'
AZ Utility Regulators Ignored Scientists for Months. Now They Want Their Help
As Summer Ends, Utilities Prepare to Resume Disconnections for Unpaid Bills
City of Phoenix Botched Water Line Replacement, Sunnyslope Residents Say
Employee Alleges Racial Discrimination, 'Political Bullying' by Arizona Public Service
In All-Day Hearing, Arizona Regulators Struggle to Hold APS Execs Accountable
Stephanie Pullman's Family 'Reaches Agreement' With APS
Who Is Jeff Guldner? Incoming APS CEO Helped Direct Utility's Political Scheming
APS CEO Don Brandt Will Retire in November
APS Customers Could Pay Hundreds of Millions to Maintain 50-Year-Old Coal Plant
Cindy McCain Defends APS, Don Brandt, Forgets Nearly $1 Million in Donations
APS CEO Don Brandt Breaks Silence, Agrees to Appear Before Regulators
Arizona Regulator Seeks Outside Probe Into Stephanie Pullman's Death
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