Watch the full interview with CPS Energy's lawyer as she explains why the public utility thinks expensive meals and parties I uncovered are justified.
Over the past few days I've reported on lavish meals, retirement parties and employee events that have been billed to ratepayers. The Chairman of the Board at CPS Energy is promising to fix the problem in the wake of my investigation.
While interviewing the public utility's General Counsel, the public relations staff pointed a camera at me and recorded the interview for "training purposes." But today CPS informed me they are putting the whole interview on their website. Apparently they feel their side of the story has been lost in the flood of anger coming from ratepayers who don't want their money spent this way.
So, here it is, the entire interview for you to enjoy....