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Tag Archives: Supreme Court of Virginia

Proper legal standard used for cost-recovery charges (access required)

Where the State Corporation Commission approved Virginia Electric and Power’s petition to recover from its customers the cost of purchasing “allowances” to emit CO2 from its power plants, there was no error because the allowances were necessary to comply with ...

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Guidance provided about ‘personnel information’ (access required)

Where appellant sought records under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act relating to municipal employment disputes, the matter is remanded because, in making its rulings whether the requested records were exempt or nonexempt from disclosure, the trial court used “definitions ...

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