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Nebraska Public Service Commission

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Nebraska Public Service Commission

The Nebraska Public Service Commission regulates railroads, household goods and passenger carriers, telephone companies, grain warehouses and construction of manufactured housing (mobile homes).

The Nebraska PSC is composed of five commissioners. The current commissioners, as of 2010, are Frank E. Landis, Jr., Anne C. Boyle, Tim Schram, Rod Johnson and Gerald L. Vap.

External links

  • Nebraska Public Service Commission Website

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