PG&E will remove a treatment plant on desert land Indians see as a path to the afterlife.
Chief Executive Thomas King said Pacific Gas & Electric Co. "regrets the spiritual consequences to the tribe" when it built a $15-million water treatment plant in the Mojave Desert, west of the California-Arizona border.
Writerfella here --
And how much did customers' bills go up after such a 'sorry' admission? Maybe more than after a hurricane in the Gulf but less than if they had had to make some sort of reparations as well as moving their plant. Just what is 'atonement' worth now that Democrats have edged the "Rethuglicans" out of power?
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