ComEd Could Repay Customer $38M for Madigan Scandal

ComEd Could Repay Customer $38M for Madigan Scandal

CHICAGO (AP) – Commonwealth Edison electricity customers would get more than $38 million in refunds tied to the federal bribery scandal that led to former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan’s indictment, under a proposal being considered by state regulators.

The proposed order was filed this week by an administrative law judge at the Illinois Commerce Commission, which could consider the proposal this summer.

The size of each customer refund would be based on their individual electrical usage.  

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