Randy Pinocci to Debrief Havre on Legislative Accomplishments, Utility Bills, and Big Tech Censorship


Public Service Commissioner, Randy Pinocci, may very well be the hardest working man in Helena – at least when he’s in Helena. The rest of the time, he’s busy representing and working with his constituents across District 1, which spans from his home in Cascade County, north to the Canadian border, and stretching all the way to the Sidney, near the North Dakota border. And this Friday, Pinocci will be in Havre to inform its residents on accomplishments (and failures) of the legislature for the now-completed session, how those will affect their utility bills, and how the PSC tried to protect Montanans from Big Tech censorship.

The meeting will be held at 12-noon at The Duck Inn, and locals are encouraged to come find out why utility bills continue to increase and what they – and Commissioner Pinocci – can do about it.

In widely underreported news, Pinocci spearheaded an effort with at least one bill – and supported and testified for two others – designed to empower the Public Service Commission with the task to regulating Big Tech communications utilities to ensure that the Constitutional rights of free speech of Montanans aren’t violated. Unfortunately, Pinocci’s bill was defeated by a single vote…from a Republican not far from Havre, Rep. Casey Knudsen.

Knudsen, content to let Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon, and Instagram censor the conservative viewpoints of Montanans, crossed over with Democrats to defeat the bill that would have been the strongest of its kind in the United States.

The attempt to use the Public Service Commission as regulatory judges over communications utilities was common sense, considering the PSC was created during the territorial days of Montana’s early history to ensure that large corporations weren’t taking advantage of consumers and tax-payers. We would surmise that Pinocci will have much to say on the subject.

Perhaps one of Pinocci’s greatest accomplishments during the legislative session, besides fending off an attempt to scuttle the PSC and hand control away from voters and toward the governor’s office, was a tireless effort to explaint to Montanans the important impact of the PSC, if properly utilized by its commissioners to stand up for Montana voters.

If you are in the Havre area, this will be a very important meeting to attend.


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