August 7, 2017 | — Four Arizona utility regulators on Monday voted to hire five lawyers to defend them in a lawsuit involving their ties to the biggest company they regulate, Arizona Public Service Co.

Then they voted against funding a lawyer for the fifth regulator, Robert Burns, who has asserted in court that the commissioners are unqualified to vote on APS matters because of the electric company’s involvement in Arizona Corporation Commission elections.

Read the rest of the article here.