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Maryland regulators push for speedier power recovery

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BALTIMORE -- Maryland regulators blasted utility executives Thursday for not being able to get the power back on quickly, such as following the June derecho that left more than 1.7 million people across the region without power for as long as a week. Douglas Nazarian, chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission, asked the officials what it would take to get power back on 24 hours after a...

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