Ohio’s utility regulatory agency has a new leader for what Gov. John Kasich says is “a challenging time.”
The governor issued the oath of office yesterday to Thomas Johnson, the new chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, and made comments critical of electricity deregulation.
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