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A second wave of pain: Looming utility shut-offs

Power, gas and water utilities across the United States moved swiftly during the coronavirus outbreak to impose voluntary bans on shut-offs. But those moratoriums are set to expire June 1, raising concerns the pandemic could create a new electricity and public health crisis.

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