Utility project OK'd to avert blackouts
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#1 Dec 5, 2008
PJM is a joke. What the hell is a private company doing deciding how and where we build transmission lines in this country? Is it just me? Am I the only one who sees where this is heading in a few years- the same as the recent Wall Street debacle and the mortgage crisis. Allowing private, for profit companies to make important decisions behind close doors that effect all of the market is just wrong and will lead to decisions that are distorted by greed and/or graft. It is time to return to the government's role as regulator and market watchdog and put PJM to rest.
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