CAPower Plans

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NPR's Richard Gonzales reports on state and federal reaction to a plan to provide California with power during the summer months. The proposal was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) earlier this week. But California Gov. Gray Davis, and President Bush, are far from happy.



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