California Developments Host Bob Edwards talks to NPR's Richard Gonzales in San Francisco about the latest developments in the California power crisis. State legislators are working on a deal that would ease the shortage of electricity. They're talking about issuing state revenue bonds to help refinance California utilities that are nearly bankrupt.
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Host Bob Edwards talks to NPR's Richard Gonzales in San Francisco about the latest developments in the California power crisis. State legislators are working on a deal that would ease the shortage of electricity. They're talking about issuing state revenue bonds to help refinance California utilities that are nearly bankrupt.