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A conversation about how power deregulation in California led to rolling blackouts, and what other states can learn from the power crisis there.
- Lynne Church president of the Electric Power Supply Association
- Rich Glick former senior advisor on electricity to the Secretary of Energy
- Loretta Lynch president of the California Public Utilities Commission
- Wenonah Hauter "Public Citizen"
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