Corporation Commission grills APS head on campaign spending

The Arizona Corporation Commission questioned Arizona Public Service CEO Don Brandt about the company’s spending on political campaigns. Commission chair Bob Burns grilled Brandt on the campaign spending and also asked him about the case of a Sun City woman who died after APS shut off her power. We talk to Burns about those issues.

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