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As a result of the agreement, a 1990 interim rate hike of 85 percent was allowed to become permanent, and the CAARP agreed to withdraw its lawsuit and submit a revised rate filing within six months.
Based upon that testimony, Quackenbush said that he was not convinced that CAARP was entitled to its full request.
Following an October public hearing on the matter, Garamendi also concurred with testimony provided by the Economic Empowerment Foundation that CAARP
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