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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - James Rosapepe
Legislators from Montgomery and Prince George's counties are collecting signatures on a petition asking the Maryland Public Service Commission to fine two power companies more than $100 million each to pay for a reserve of utility workers during emergencies.
"All this bill does is say give 13 months to let the science work itself out," said Sen. James Rosapepe, D-Prince George's. "Let's make economic growth and environmental protection work together."
"Shame, shame, shame. Pepco fails to restore power for days — and the Maryland PSC raises their rates," said state Sen. James Rosapepe in a written statement.