Cuomo: Give state more power to clamp down on utilities in wake of Sandy
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Monday for strengthening the way the state regulates its power companies, a move he said is needed to prevent the sort of failures highlighted by superstorm Sandy.
Cuomo said the state Public Service Commission, which has the power to fine utilities, needs to be given greater leverage to force the power companies to live up to their mandates.
"The PSC is fundamentally...