The remains of a PG&E gas line which exploded on September 10, 2010 lie on the ground in San Bruno. The CPUC is charged with regulatory oversight of PG&E.
The head of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) must return to Sacramento next week with a plan in hand to improve the agency's oversight of utilities and their infrastructure. That demand came after a scathing report by an outside consultant described an "anti-safety attitude" at the CPUC. Reporter: Tara Siler
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