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Steve Gaw Picked to Head Public Service Commission

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Steve Gaw (Mo. PSC photo)

By AP/KWMU

Jefferson City, MO – Former Missouri House Speaker Steve Gaw has a new job as the state's chief utility regulator.

Gaw has been on the Missouri Public Service Commission, which regulates the state's utilities, for two years. But on Monday, Gov. Bob Holden named him that panel's chairman.

Gaw replaces Kelvin Simmons, who recently stepped down as chair, but who stayed on the commission.

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