Proposition 16

Time to move into energy future

It seems like everyday I get a new mailing from PG&E touting its’ pet initiative, Proposition 16. I just can’t understand how PG&E can waste its profits by trying to prohibit l ...

Proposition 16 bad for business, consumers

Do not let PG&E’s massive ad buying stop you from attacking Proposition 16. The money you make from a few full page ads won’t go far after PG&E gets the 30% ($6.5 billion) rate ...

Read fine print behind Prop. 16

Will ignorant voters do themselves in again? “Ignorant” meaning uninformed. With lots of help from PG&E, voters, by approving PG&E’s Proposition 16, may cost themselves mone ...

PG&E must pass on costs

This is in response to Eric Byer’s letter of May 24. Mr. Byer, you are correct that Roseville Electric and SMUD’s rates are lower than PG&E’s rates. But are you aware why Ro ...

Proposition 16 deserves a no

When I see ads for Proposition 16, I am angered by the fact Pacific Gas and Electric is spending millions to intentionally mislead voters to take action that allows PG&E to keep it ...

Prop. 16 pushes a monopoly

Terry and Betty Crouson of Newcastle must have cheaper PG&E rates than I (“Vote yes on Proposition1 16,” Reader Input, March 15). Proposition 16, the so-called Taxpayers Right ...

Vote yes on Prop. 16

We have recently become aware of Proposition 16 that we will be voting on in June. This initiative requires that the voter be asked to approve local government using public funds ...