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Former Supreme Court justice says Corp Comm has authority to subpoena utility (access required)

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Former Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Zlaket said the commission has the clear authority to subpoena a public service corporation’s spending. Solar advocacy group The Alliance for Solar Choice asked Zlaket to provide a legal opinion on the commission’s subpoena power, and the group filed Zlaket’s letter to the utility electioneering docket Thursday.

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New APS solar fee: Do you have $21 to spare? (access required)

New APS solar fee: Do you have $21 to spare? <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

With $21, you can buy at least two LED 60-watt light bulbs and reduce your electricity bill over time. Or visit the Phoenix Zoo for $20. Or read Jim Collins’ “Good to Great,” which sells at $17.85 on Barnes & Noble. Or take your spouse to the movies. If the Arizona Public Service had its way, however, that money would go toward paying a monthly fee – that is, if you happen to have solar panels on your rooftop.

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