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Editor of a specialty publication, former public relations practitioner Freelancer

I hold 34 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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The next battle publicly regulated utilities might be facing involves the setting of rates. With high unemployment rates and many businesses shut down, there will be pressure on public utility commissions to push for lower rates. Utilities will need to be prepared with a sharp public relations response that recognizes the economic pain, but also notes how their own costs likely haven't diminished. That may be a tough balancing act.

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