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PG&E Defends Decision to Shut Off Power to Thousands in California to Prevent Wildfires

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PG&E Defends Decision to Shut Off Power to Thousands in California to Prevent Wildfires

PG&E Defends Decision to Shut Off Power to Thousands in California to Prevent Wildfires

Pacific Gas and Electric was again defending their move to intentionally shut off power to thousands Wednesday as strong winds whipped across Northern California.

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