Press Conference – Uncovered PUC Emails Show Gov Brown’s Top Aide Used Official Office To Pump Up Stock

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This press conference features Consumer Watchdog and attorney Mike Aguirre discussing the complaint against Governor Brown’s top aide, Nancy McFadden. She appears to have broken state laws by owning up to $1 million in stock in her former employer, Pacific Gas & Electric, and using her official position for personal financial benefit by intervening to inflate the company’s stock price, according to a complaint filed with the Fair Political Practices Commission by the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog.   She also failed to appropriately disclose the timing of her PG&E stock sales.

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