Speaking of the PSC: The PSC is a powerful five-member commission appointed by the governor to regulate energy policies in the state. On June 2nd, Mr. Hogan made his latest of three appointments, tapping Republican Anthony O'Donnell. Mr. O'Donnell is a former member of the Maryland House of Delegates who voted against virtually every major clean energy bill introduced over the last 20 years, including the Clean Energy Jobs Act. Mr. Hogan has also appointed Michael Richard, his former deputy chief of staff, to the PSC. Mr. Richard quickly became involved in a scandal by sending inappropriate emails from his official PSC address revealing his explicit opposition to efficiency programs and implicit opposition to offshore wind development in Maryland. In short, through his appointments, Mr. Hogan is radicalizing the PSC against clean energy.