Five Essentials from CTFN This Week

On March 8, health insurer Cigna announced a $67 billion acquisition of pharmacy benefits manager Express Scripts. CTFN introduces ‘CTFN First Look’ that offers clients first impressions on the deal’s regulatory implications from several sources. More here … Broadcom’s March 9 letter to Congress, in which it pledges to make the U.S. the global leader in … Read Morefeatured

Maryland Seen Approving WGL/AltaGas Despite Opposition

Regulators in Maryland are expected to reject negative recommendations from important constituencies — including their own stafffeatured

Regulators Still Doubt AltaGas Deal for WGL

Utility regulators in Maryland and Washington, D.C., continue to have reservations about the acquisition by Canada’s AltaGasfeatured

Four Essentials from CTFN This Week

Note: CTFN will be on a limited holiday publishing schedule next week (December 26 – 29). The 2018 growing season is critical to the way various states are likely to regulate the use of dicamba, and of particular concern to Monsanto investors, the use of Monsanto’s Xtend. Volatility of the compound appears to be at … Read Morepublic

WGL/AltaGas Vote by Maryland PSC Looks Close

The Maryland Public Service Commission moved a step closer Tuesday to voting on the merger of AltaGas and WGL, a deal that some major constituent groups, including thefeatured

Maryland Delays Ruling on WGL/AltaGas Deal

Maryland regulators agreed to push back a ruling on the acquisition by AltaGas of WGL by four months after the gas companies submitted a last-minute settlementfeatured

AltaGas Beats Back Delay in WGL Merger Proceedings

AltaGas appears to have defeated an effort by the District of Columbia government and other interest groups that would have added ten weeks to the review To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

AltaGas Faces Off with WGL Merger Critics

Opposition began to grow to AltaGas’s $6.4 billion acquisition of WGL Holdings as the Canadian natural gas company faced off this weekfeatured

Maryland Regulator Won’t Withdraw Negative Staff Testimony in AltaGas Case

State regulators in Maryland denied a rare request by AltaGas to quash negative testimony regarding the Canadian company’s bid to acquire WGL Holdings,featured

AltaGas Asks Regulator to Throw Out Its Own Staff’s Adverse Testimony in WGL Merger

AltaGas has asked the Maryland Public Service Commission to exclude and ignore negative testimony submitted by the commission’s own staff in the review of the Canadian company’s acquisition of WGL Holdingsfeatured


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