Additionally, U.S. District Judge James Donato on Monday put the brakes on his planned trial to estimate all of PG&E’s wildfire liabilities related to the bankruptcy case. An attorney for the committee of fire victims involved in the case asked Donato to do so in a Sunday letter submitted jointly with lawyers from PG&E and insurance companies. Donato stayed the proceedings until he issues another order on the matter and set a hearing for Dec. 17. … [Read more...] about PG&E’s exit from bankruptcy now awaits decision from Newsom
According to Wildfire, the income needed to afford a one bedroom in the Phoenix area has risen about a dollar in the past year, to roughly $16.70 per hour. But half of all jobs in Arizona pay less than $15 an hour, and that widening gap between housing costs and wages is starting to make a noticeable impact on Phoenix residents. … [Read more...] about With So Much Construction In Phoenix, Why Is Affordable Housing So Scarce?
The fact that Commissioner Rob Manfred named Cora 11 times in the report suggests MLB views him more harshly, but it would be a mistake to welcome his Houston boss back to the game before him. At the end of the day, if the proverbial bucks stop with Hinch, the parameter for punishment should be set by him as well. … [Read more...] about Column: If A.J. Hinch is suspended for one year, Alex Cora should be too