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Reorganization Plan Due for N.H. Utility

Associated Press

Public Service Co. of New Hampshire, the first major investor-owned utility to seek bankruptcy protection since the Depression, must file its reorganization plan with a federal judge today.

The utility has said it probably will seek regulation enabling it to charge its 360,000 ratepayers for its 36% share in the stalled $5.7-billion Seabrook nuclear plant.


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