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Holding utility companies’ feet to the fire

Holland Cooke talks with attorney Peter McNulty, a California trial attorney who has recovered more than $450 million dollars for his clients and handled cases for the Woolsey fire, about PG&E’s fault in starting California’s wildfires and whether utility companies should be held liable. Then, a conversation with Misty Robotics CEO Tim Enwall on how next-generation robots fit into our lives. 800,000 govt employees missed a paycheck today. Where do we go from here? Holland Cooke discusses the shutdown stalemate with Attorney and Former Florida Democratic Chairman Mitch Ceasar and New York radio and TV pundit Steve Malzberg.

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