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Power Grids Are Failing All Over America

We can no longer trust our nation’s infrastructure to keep our families safe, happy, and healthy

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Last Wednesday, the snow started to fall thick and fast in Denver, Colorado. My kids went to bed hoping for a snow day. They’ve spent most of their childhood in California, and sometimes we had smoke days there. These days were ominous…




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