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Md. Governor O' Malley On Pepco Hearing

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This was the scene on Friday after the storm, and some customers are still waiting for utility companies to do repair work.
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This was the scene on Friday after the storm, and some customers are still waiting for utility companies to do repair work.

Pepco's senior officials are being summoned to Baltimore this morning for a hearing held by Maryland's Public Service Commission.

Maryland's Governor, Martin O'Malley, has asked the commission to investigate Pepco's service and reliability after hundreds of thousands of customers lost power in a series of summer storms.

Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey talks with Governor O' Malley before the hearing.

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