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Maryland regulators reconsider rate surcharge during power outages

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Power company officials will be grilled by state regulators Monday over why residents have been charged for electricity not used during major blackouts. Maryland residents pay a small surcharge authorized by law when electricity use falls short of expectations. But some customers, incensed by what they consider lackluster service, are protesting even a small charge accrued during a blackout....

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