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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont says he is angry that it is taking so long for the state’s largest utility, Eversource, to restore electricity to customers. 

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Hundreds of thousands of Connecticut and New York residents remain without power three days after Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through the region.


Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has deployed National Guard troops to assist the state’s two largest electric utilities restore power.

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Two days after Hurricane Isaias hit the Northeast, Many Eversource customers are still without power in Connecticut. 

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont is now calling for an investigation into the company, saying their storm preparation, clean up and communication with customers was inadequate. 

Eversource spokesperson Mitch Gross says the company did everything they could to prepare for storm damage. 

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Some Eversource customers in Connecticut say their energy bills have more than doubled, as they’ve been running home air conditioning non-stop during quarantine. Now, state regulators have rolled back electric rates and launched an investigation.