By Hudson Sangree Pacific Gas and Electric tried to convince a federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday to help it escape inverse condemnation — the bane of California’s investor-owned utilities that holds them strictly liable for wildfires ignited by their equipment. The move may have been a Hail Mary pass, however.
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