Lawmakers demand accountability for energy companies after 820,000 left without power
by Rachel Louise Just | Sinclair Broadcast Group
Rep. Abraham Aiyash, D-Hamtramck, speaks on the steps of the Michigan Capitol in April 2022 about legislation that would hold utility companies accountable for sustained power outages. On Aiyash's left is then-House Minority Floor Leader Yousef Rabhi, D-Ann Arbor, who also introduced the legislation, which never saw a vote in the Republican-led legislature.(Aldair Zepeda/WWMT)
LANSING, Mich. —

After more than 820,000 Michiganders were left without power after last week's ice storm tore through the state, leaving downed power lines and families exposed to the winter cold, some lawmakers in Lansing are calling for action.

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