As one of our state’s three new Corporation Commissioners, I held off with this press release not knowing if our election would be overturned by a court of law, given the massive “Election Fraud” occurring in Maricopa County. The behavior of so many elected officials associated with the process was shameful. I remain deeply concerned
Arizona Corporation Commission
Yesterday the Arizona Corporation Commission voted to help ratepayers struggling to pay their electric bill know there is at least a bit of light heading into 2021. Through the Commission’s action, Arizona Public Service, Tucson Electric Power and Unisource Electric will automatically enroll ratepayers behind on their bills who may be subject to disconnection in
Two Republicans and a Democrat were leading in the race to secure three of the five seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates publicly owned utilities in a state that faces growing challenges from the effects of climate change. Unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s Office on Friday morning showed Republican Lea Márquez
Arizona Public Service, the state’s largest utility provider, is proposing a rate increase starting next year, a move opposed by many customers reeling from the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The rate hike, which would raise rates 3% to 6% for the majority of its 2.7 million customers statewide, would raise an estimated $184
Jim O’Connor stops by to talk to Glenn Martin about the Arizona Corporation Commission and why we need to vote a straight Republican ticket this year.
The Arizona Supreme Court Affirms the Commission’s Authority to Appoint an Interim Manager for Johnson Utilities
On Friday, July 31, 2020, the Arizona Supreme Court in a 6-1 opinion affirmed the Corporation Commission’s constitutional authority to appoint an interim manager for public service companies under the regulatory authority of the Commission. “This is a historic day for the citizens of Pinal County and the state of Arizona,” said Corporation Commission Chairman