Guest Host: Jonathan Capehart

This week, the District’s Public Service Commission rejected a proposed deal between D.C. based Pepco Holdings and the Chicago energy giant Exelon. Opposition was strong among officials and consumer advocates, but the decision still took many by surprise. Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey all previously approved the deal. We explore what the decision means for the multibillion-dollar deal.

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  • Jim Dinegar President and CEO, Greater Washington Board of Trade
  • Jonathan Wilson Reporter, WAMU 88.5 News
  • Eric Hensal Activist; Founder and Creator, "Public Power for Montgomery County" (mocopublicpower.org); President Murray Hill

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