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Top utility regulator resigns; FBI recently searched home

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's top utility regulator has resigned a day after the state's largest electric utility reported it had paid $4 million to someone fitting the regulator's description. Samuel Randazzo submitted his resignation Friday morning to Republican Gov. Mike DeWine. The governor had appointed Randazzo chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the Ohio Power Siting Board in February 2019. FBI agents searched Randazzo's Columbus townhome Monday. Randazzo in his resignation letter acknowledged the events and news of the last week “have undoubtedly been disturbing or worse to many stakeholders.”

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