芝加哥地区电力公司，因为受贿罪被罚$2亿美元。 却没有一个受贿官员、人大代表被问责的。 只有做小姐有罪，嫖客却无罪。
ComEd admits to bribery charge in Illinois, agrees to pay $200M fine
July 20, 2020
Exelon subsidiary ComEd agreed to enter a three-year deferred prosecution agreement and pay a $200 million fine based on a single bribery charge related to a long-running scheme in Illinois.
On Friday, the utility admitted in an agreement with federal prosecutors to arranging jobs, monetary payments and subcontracted work for "various associates of a high-level elected official in the state of Illinois" from 2011 to 2019.
ComEd may not recover the fine through its rate base. The utility will have to pay through its shareholders.
The agreement relates only to ComEd, does not extend allegations of misconduct to Exelon and "resolves the government's investigation" into both companies, according to a statement from ComEd. Advocacy group Public Citizen maintains that Exelon needs to face greater consequences for the bribery charge of its Midwest subsidiary.