Local impact of market gaming

I trust that locals fixated on GWP's finances took note of the recent L.A. Times article on JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s conniving, to the cost of anywhere from $57 to $200 million and quite possibly much more, in suspected thefts from California ratepayers (“Gaming of energy market jolts consumers,” July 18).

Given the intense interest in utilities here in Glendale, I look forward to the Glendale News-Press going beyond pensions and smart meters to cover the local impact of this alleged corporate manipulation of California's energy market.

Roberta Medford

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