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Tense Moments at a Public Service Commission Meeting

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Greg Neft, KSL NewsradioA meeting to get ideas on rule changes at the Public Service Commission turned tense at times.

The Committee of Consumer Services took a beating. Consumer advocate Roger Ball said, "I think that the committee, however, has become incredibly arrogant."

Ball says rule changes both the committee and Questar Gas suggest would hurt the consumer. Bal says, "Suggestions are based essential at shutting out individuals or groups of rate payers."

But committee director Michelle Beck says the system needs an update. She said, "The rules were enacted in a different era."

And, she stresses no changes are being considered right now; they're just taking ideas.

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