ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 2000
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Dan Harris) The impact of California's "electric shock" examined; scenes shown of consumer protests in San Diego, the first city hit by the deregulation law in which electrical rates are set by the supply and demand. [Restaurant owners Dan MOORE, Mary ONDA - worry about costs.] [University of California Energy Institution professor Severin BORENSTEIN - talks about deregulation.] [Utility Consumers Action Network Michael SHAMES - says rates have to be regulated.]
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