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Anger after PG&E cuts power for hundreds of thousands of residents

Wildfires are back in the news after last year’s devastating campfire, the deadliest in the state’s history. But this time the local energy utility is trying to take steps to reduce the risk of wildfires by leaving customers literally in the dark. Luis Megid explains.

Anger after PG&E cuts power for hundreds of thousands of residents

Wildfires are back in the news after last year’s devastating campfire, the deadliest in the state’s history. But this time the local energy utility is trying to take steps to reduce the risk of wildfires by leaving customers literally in the dark. Luis Megid explains.

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