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What does ICC stand for?

ICC stands for Illinois Commerce Commission


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21, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Yesterday's ruling by the Illinois Commerce Commission signals a win for Illinois consumers who are tired of playing second fiddle to the profit interests of major corporations like Ameren.
Resolution of the Rating Watch Negative will consider the legislative outcome, the amount of energy cost deferrals that result from a rate mitigation plan approved by the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC), the impact of refinancing $680 million of transition bonds that are treated as off-credit debt with corporate debt and the impact of the roughly $74 million of additional revenue granted by the ICC in the rehearing of ComEd's distribution rate case.
Actual results may differ materially from those indicated in the company's forward-looking statements due to the direct or indirect effects of legal contingencies (including litigation) and the resolution of those issues, including the effects of an Illinois Commerce Commission review and United States Securities and Exchange Commission inquiry, and undue reliance should not be placed on such statements.
CHICAGO, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The following statement should be attributed to Mike Tye, AT&T regional vice president of Law & Government Affairs: While we are continuing to review the Illinois Commerce Commission Hearing Examiners' Proposed Order (HEPO), our initial reaction is one of disappointment that the hearing officers paid so little regard to the extensive testimony of the ICC staff, the Illinois Attorney General, the Cook County State's Attorney and the Citizens Utility Board that the SBC takeover of Ameritech is not in the best interests of Illinois consumers.
The merger is subject to approval by shareholders of both companies, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, as well as various state and federal regulatory authorities, including the Federal Regulatory Commission, the Illinois Commerce Commission and the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.