Maryland AG Calls Pepco-Exelon Merger Bad Deal on Kojo Show

By Brandon Walton on March 20, 2015
Image via Chesapeake Climate Action
Image via Chesapeake Climate Action

Earlier this week, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh called into a discussion of the proposed Exelon-Pepco merger on the Kojo Nnamdi Show to explain why Maryland should reject the proposed Exelon-Pepco merger. Allison Fisher from Public Citzen has the details:

With an assist by Maryland Attorney General, Brian Frosh, who called into the show to highlight the fundamental issues informing the state’s staunch opposition to the deal, critics made it clear that this deal is not in the public interest, but rather designed as a windfall for Exelon and Pepco shareholders and a safety net for a company plagued by a fleet of uneconomic nuclear reactors.

Interested Marylanders can learn more about the proposed merger here.