19 Consumer Advocates Speak Out, 2 Minutes Each

What do nineteen consumer advocate leaders have to say about the future of utilities, regulation and consumer advocacy? If you tuned into the recent NASUCA annual meeting, you know. If you didn't, here's the replay. With PUF's Steve Mitnick moderating, and banging his infamous gong whenever anyone went over their allotted two minutes. Just imagine how that would work in a rate case proceeding.

Proving consumer advocacy can be fun as well as important, watch this video with Delaware Public Advocate Drew Slater, Michigan Consumer Advocate Michael Moody, Illinois Consumer Advocate Dave Kolata, Wyoming Consumer Advocate Bryce Freeman, New Jersey Consumer Advocate Stefanie Brand, North Carolina Consumer Advocate Chris Ayers, AARP's Bill Malcom, Utah Consumer Advocate Michele Beck, Maryland Consumer Advocate Paula Carmody, California Consumer Advocate Mark Toney, Minnesota Assistant Attorney General Ian Dobson, Texas Consumer Advocate Lori Cobos, Arizona Consumer Advocate Jordy Fuentes, Chief for Energy and Telecommunications at Massachusetts Attorney General Rebecca Tepper, Oregon CUB Executive Director Bob Jenks, Iowa Consumer Advocate Jennifer Easler, NASUCA President Jackie Roberts (from West Virginia), Alaska Consumer Advocate Jeff Waller, and Pennsylvania Consumer Advocate Tonya McCloskey.