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When the lights went out, Eversource had just come off its best year.
Eleven hundred people call the state every day seeking help with their rent. Only 170 get it.
The money will help pay for protective gear, cleaning, computer upgrades and more buses, and support staff.
Some are also suggesting the company owes the state a refund for services it failed to provide.
It’s a move no other school in NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision, the top division of competition in collegiate football, has made.
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