Public Service Commission

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    The Louisiana Public Service Commissioner (PSC) is a constitutionally created and independent elected body. They are not at the direction of the governor or legislature. They have no one to report to other than the voters who elect them into office. This means you hold the power.
    Do you know what your Public Service Commissioner actually does and are you engaging with them once they’re in office? If not, you’re giving them your power since you (the voter) is the only one who can actually hold them accountable. Public Service Commissioners are elected to 5 districts throughout the state.

    What does the PSC actually do?

    Commissioners have complete and absolute power to take action and regulate to ensure safe, reliable, and reasonably priced public utilities for most of Louisiana. These include water, gas, electricity, telephone, telecommunications, and intrastate transportation.

    PSC Districts 3 and 4 are up for election

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