Second day of rolling blackouts starts

If PG&E files for bankruptcy, control of the company passes to a
federal judge. If you subscribe to the NY Times site, see
Here's the first paragraph:

      LOS ANGELES, Jan. 17 - Politicians and
            power company executives have bickered
            for months about how best to solve
            California's energy problems, but ultimately it
            may come down to this: a bankruptcy court
            judge may be the only person with the authority
            to ask for the rate increases and cost cuts that a
            growing chorus of analysts say are necessary,
            but that nobody in the state has been able to
            agree upon.

    --Steve Bellovin,