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I hold 32 years of experience in communications, mostly in journalism, with a decade in public relations, too. The first 17 years were spent in print journalism, where I covered, at various...

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File this under "Sometimes there aren't any easy solutions." PG&E submitted a proposal to help eliminate wildfires in California started by its equipment. But burying the lines will cost at least $20 billion and take years. And consumers would face significant increases in their bills to help pay for the action. PG&E's name may still be mud to many in California, so trying to convince people that burying the lines is the right decision will be difficult, to say the least.

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