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Davis Contracts Could Cost Taxpayers 500 Million Dollars

California may have a costly glut of electricity through 2004 because of the long-term power contracts it
signed to end the current crunch.

If current rates continue, the state could lose 500 million dollars in the next year alone by being forced to sell off
surplus electricity at a loss, according to a new analysis by the Los Angeles Times.