Documents: Puerto Rico utility ignored advice on repair deal
WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly released documents show that Puerto Rico’s bankrupt electric utility ignored advice from its own lawyers before signing a $300 million contract with a tiny Montana company to repair its damaged power grid.
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