PG&E goes down the fight over fire policy moved to its bankruptcy

PG&E goes down the fight over fire policy moved to its bankruptcy

The latest attempt of PG&E Corp.’s at fleeing the California policy that imposed the power giant with billions of dollars in wildfire inheritances, pushed it into bankruptcy and moved to the ousting of its chief executive officer has failed. U.S Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali on Wednesday sided with wildfire victims, who said PG&E is subject to a legal theory that is known as a converse reproach. That holds utilities strictly responsible for covering the costs of blazes connected to their equipment, unobservant of whether they were negligent. PG&E had discussed…

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A child suffering from Measles visited public places while contagious

A child suffering from Measles visited public places while contagious

A child suffering from measles visited public places and Randall Children’s hospital while contagious. According to health officials, the unvaccinated child contracted measles earlier this month after traveling overseas. A child returned through the Portland international airport after traveling to a different country with measles. He visited public areas like PDX and Randall children hospital during his measles outbreak. The child was at Portland international airport on Thursday, 14 Nov. Then, the child visited peace health Southwest Medical center Vancouver on the same day. The child then visited Randall children…

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