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California / Energy Crunch / Price Controls #398691

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 18, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The enactment of an electricity price mitigation plan in California reported. [Federal Energy Regulatory Agency chairman Curt HEBERT - calls meeting to order; defends the new plan.] [President BUSH - talks about mitigating price spikes.] [University of California Energy Institute Severin BORENSTEIN - says the plan will control prices but not completely.] [Federal Energy Regulatory Commission commissioner Bill MASSEY - says the market is still broken.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) Concerns about more rolling blackouts in California during summer heat waves reported. [California Governor Gray DAVIS - says he is pleased that the government is finally doing something.] [California energy advisor David FREEMAN - says nobody is declaring victory.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Poll results concerning the California energy crisis given.

Andrews, Wyatt;
Hughes, Sandra;
Rather, Dan

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