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Household settlement deadline approaches
Time is running out for thousands of Washington consumers who received notices that they were eligible for restitution under the state's $21 million settlement with Household International... [12:00 A.M. Oct. 04, 2003]
State ends bid for new phone-call privacy rules
The state has decided to let stand last month's federal court opinion overturning privacy rules meant to protect sensitive "call-detail" information such as when, where and to... [12:30 A.M. Sep. 26, 2003]
Puget Sound Energy rate boost OK'd
Puget Sound Energy customers will be paying more to stay warm this winter. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC) yesterday approved a rate increase that... [12:00 A.M. Sep. 25, 2003]
Order against 3rd-party-billing firm voided
The state yesterday retreated from a cease-and-desist order it recently issued against a Texas-based company that collects water and sewer bills from tenants on behalf of landlords... [12:00 A.M. Sep. 06, 2003]
Texas utility-billing company told to quit doing business in state
Exercising new regulatory muscle for the first time, the state Department of Licensing has issued a cease-and-desist order against a Texas-based company that collects water and... [12:00 A.M. Sep. 04, 2003]
State sets payouts in settlement of Household case
Washington residents who got cheated doing business with subsidiaries of Household International when they went to refinance their homes could get, on average, 25 cents on the... [12:00 A.M. Aug. 15, 2003]

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