Upset at PG&E for using your money to bankroll its campaign for Proposition 16?

California State Senator Mark Leno is.

PG&E spent $46 million dollars to fund its campaign for Proposition 16, which was defeated by voters on June 8, 2010. Critics point out that majority of PG&E's revenue comes from its customers.

Senator Mark Leno has announced legislation that would prohibit PG&E from using ratepayer funds for future political campaigns.

Senator Leno's bill requires PG&E to report its annual political and public affairs spending to the California Public Utilities Commission. The PUC will ensure that all political and public affairs spending identified in this report did not derive from ratepayer funds.

Shea & Shea has successfully litigated numerous cases against PG&E for catastrophic injuries and wrongful death stemming from negligence in the handling of electricity and natural gas.

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