I just read that the 911 Federal Compensation Fund is still honoring their commitments 20 years after 9/11. How about the state of California pays out 100% of the Camp Fire Compensation Fund over the next 90 days and then uses their power/influence/capability to get the money back from PG&E. One would believe the state could extract things from PG&E that individual citizens (or a bankruptcy judge) couldn’t dream of.
If California can find a way to finance a high speed train to the tune of $25B you would hope they could find a way to push PG&E – a company the state has strong regulatory control over.
— Bob Kromer, Chico