Settlement a bad deal!

The D.C. Public Service Commission is now accepting comments from the public. We need to let them know where D.C. stands. This week, we are reminding them that this deal is corrupt. Exelon has bullied local charities to support the deal. The settlement’s promises are smoke and mirrors. Mayor Bowser signed this settlement with Exelon behind closed doors.

Click here to tell the PSC that we don’t want Exelon’s corrupt deal.

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