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California / Energy Prices #705964

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 10, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Vince Gonzales) The link between Ross Perot††’s Perot Systems†† and price manipulation by California power companies examined; details given of perotsystems schemes for power companies, including Enron, to make more money; file footage shown of Perot in 1992 presidential campaign. [California ISO board member Mike FLORIO†- says power companies were gleeful of the opportunity to take advantage of what they learned.] [California state senator Joe DUNN†- says that Enron was Perot Systems’ best student.] Perot’s response quoted.

Gonzales, Vince;
Roberts, John

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