Capitol Weekly Podcast: J.D. Morris on PG&E bankruptcy

PG&E trucks on the job. (Photo: PG&E, via Facebook)

Pacific Gas and Electric Company, the largest utility in California, filed for bankruptcy protection on Jan. 29, citing billions of dollars in potential liabilities from the giant company’s likely role in sparking a series of devastating California wildfires.

That means reporter J.D. Morris, who has been covering the issue for the San Francisco Chronicle, is a busy man, indeed. But amid the flurry of court hearings and document dumps, Morris took a few minutes to chat with Capitol Weekly’s John Howard and Tim Foster about the ramifications of PG&E’s bankruptcy and reorganization, including the possibility that the venerable California company may be broken up.

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