SAN FRANCISCO - Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the major investor-owned electric utility for Northern California, is bankrolling a ballot measure campaign that would make it harder for governments or agencies to deliver power through community choice aggregation or to expand municipal utility territories through annexation.

The proposed measure would require public utilities to secure a two-thirds vote in a ballot measure to provide electricity to new customers, to expand to new territories, or to provide electricity for a community choice program, "if any public funds or bonds are involved."

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