OHIO: Murray Energy is accused in a bankruptcy court filing of not being forthcoming with creditors about its role in a $61 million bribery and racketeering scheme to bail out uneconomic power plants. (Columbus Dispatch)
• Four defendants in the Ohio power plant scandal plead not guilty to federal racketeering charges while former House Speaker Larry Householder is granted a delay to find a new lawyer. (WKSU)
• American Electric Power’s CEO says the company’s contributions to a group linked to the power plant scandal was “lawful and ethical” and that the company is not part of the federal government’s case. (RTO Insider, subscription)
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