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September 28, 2023

Posted  September 28, 2023

Energy provider Exelon Corporation and its subsidiary Commonwealth Edison Company (ComED) have agreed to pay $46.2 million to settle charges of attempting to influence legislation through illegal bribes to then-Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, Michael Madigan.  Between 2011 and 2019, in anticipation of benefits worth more than $150 million, ComEd provided $1.3 million in monetary payments, as well as employment and subcontracts, to Madigan’s associates.  Former ComED CEO Anne Pramaggiore—who allegedly directed and participated in the scheme, lied to investors and auditors, and filed false certifications—continues to face charges of violating federal securities laws.  SEC

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