By Rick Brundrett | The Nerve
Nancy S. Campbell last year was hoping to land a $102,000-a-year seat on the South Carolina Public Service Commission, which regulates utilities in the Palmetto State.
But the veteran telecommunications analyst and Piedmont resident probably wasn’t expecting a certain line of questioning from Rep. Bill Sandifer, R-Oconee and vice chairman of a legislatively controlled screening panel called the State Regulation of Public Utilities Review Committee.
at The Nerve.
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