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Argenziano blasts 'corrupted' legislature for PSC dysfunction

Stung by the Public Service Nominating Council when it refused to interview her for reappointment to her job, PSC Chairwoman Nancy Argenziano fired off a blistering statement that accuses the legislature for being "corrupt and corruptible'' and that "money talks in Tallahassee.''

"I take some pride in having leveled the playing field, consistent with the law, so that hte ratepayer, with no protection other than the integrity of five commissioners, could compete with the monopolies..." she said. "That this should have cost me my job, given the decreptitude of the legislature, was a foregone conclusion."

Here's her full statement: Download Argenziano Press Release - 06.30.2010

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Pinta

Maybe some decorum will return to the PSC.

susan T

"Pinta" You really mean maybe it will be business as usual again at the PSC. Keeping things the way they were, quiet and out of the Sunshine.

You know, having the direct telephone line to the utility lobbyist hos sitting in the audience, so a commissioner can even feel free to text and call that utility lobbyist right in the middle of a hearing to see how they want her to vote.

Yep that's what you mean.

fine and dandy

Florida politics are deliciously corrupt. I presume people can amke a lot of money being a member of such bodies as the PSC.

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