Early Briefing

* The Department of Energy declared that energy companies that operate in much of the Mid-Atlantic, including most of the Washington area, will be able to submit power-transmission expansion plans to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission if they don't get what they want from state and local government. See story

* WGL Holdings, the parent of Washington Gas Light, gave the District's Public Service Commission a copy of an outsourcing contract with Accenture. See story.

* Revenue for Prince William County is declining as property values fall, making implementing anti-illegal-immigration measures difficult. See story

* The D.C. Council approved $79 million in public funds for Specialty Hospitals of America to buy Greater Southeast Community Hospital. See story

By Terri Rupar  |  October 3, 2007; 5:00 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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