LA Officials Urge Fingerprint Checks Of Ride-Hailing DriversThe mayor of Los Angeles and two City Council members ask the state Public Utilities Commission for permission to start a pilot program that would require fingerprint background checks of ride-hailing, limousine, van and shuttle service drivers.
SoCal Gas Says It Has Not Raised Rates, Despite Complaints Of Higher BillsResponding to incensed Angelenos who say their gas bills have spiked after the massive Aliso Canyon gas leak, a SoCal Gas spokesman on Wednesday said the utility has not raised rates on customers due to the leak.
Public Utilities Commission Unanimously Passes Re-Vamped Rate Structure"It’s not right at all because you use less, you should pay less," said Isabel Aguirre.
LA City Council's Proposed Challenge To Ridesharing Services FailsThe Los Angeles City Council won’t be challenging a state regulation that gives smartphone-enabled rideshare services like Lyft and Uber permission to operate in California.
Calif. Regulators Offer Rules For Car Sharing Services California regulators have proposed new rules for the burgeoning ride or car sharing industry.
State Considers Cost Probe At Ailing Nuke PlantState regulators will consider whether to investigate soaring costs at the shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant — and who should pay them.
Regulators: PG&E Must Survey All Its Gas PipelinesCalifornia regulators are ordering Pacific Gas and Electric to survey all its natural gas lines in the state in the wake of a devastating suburban San Francisco blast that killed four.

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