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Family questions whether ComEd bribery scheme played a role in state’s decision not to fully investigate electrocution

Chicago Tribune
July 20, 2020

Jeanette Zulauf never understood why state regulators didn’t investigate her husband’s electrocution by a ComEd wire that had been out of code for decades.

She couldn’t figure out why those same state regulators tried to shield ComEd in her wrongful death lawsuit against the utility company, either, as she watched the Illinois Commerce Commission fight hard against a court order to turn over any documents related to her case and initially refused to let agency employees be deposed.

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