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September 29, 2001 | NANCY VOGEL and JERRY HIRSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Five big energy companies owed hundreds of millions of dollars by Southern California Edison pushed the utility a step closer to bankruptcy Friday by asking Edison to sign an agreement spelling out how each will be repaid. The companies demanded that Edison meet with them within two weeks to work out a repayment plan and implied that otherwise they would drag the Rosemead-based utility into Bankruptcy Court.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 29, 2001 | NANCY VOGEL and JERRY HIRSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Five big energy companies owed hundreds of millions of dollars by Southern California Edison pushed the utility a step closer to bankruptcy Friday by asking Edison to sign an agreement spelling out how each will be repaid. The companies demanded that Edison meet with them within two weeks to work out a repayment plan and implied that otherwise they would drag the Rosemead-based utility into Bankruptcy Court.
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October 27, 1985
Powerplant Specialists, Inc. of Costa Mesa has been awarded a $5.8 million contract by Southern California Edison, Inc. to install certain systems as part of a $16-million to $18-million project to increase efficiency at a 750-megawatt boiler near Oxnard.
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April 21, 1995
When the first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970, Southern California was heavily dependent on oil for its energy needs. After the 1973 oil embargo, Congress passed legislation to encourage a move from oil- generated electricity to alternative resources, such as solar and wind power plants. On the eve of the 25th anniversary of Earth Day, the region leads the nation in use of energy generated from renewable resources.
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September 8, 2012 | By Marc Lifsher, Los Angeles Times
SACRAMENTO - A controversial workers' compensation overhaul bill was all but dead last week. Then Gov. Jerry Brown stepped in. In less than 24 hours - on Aug. 31, the final day of the Legislature's session - Brown showed what decades of political experience can deliver on deadline. To rescue the massive package, he came up with a pot of extra money to help the most seriously injured workers. He personally met with recalcitrant state senators in his office and in the suite of Senate leader Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento)
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