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Puerto Rico Seeks $300M, Warns of Power Company Shutdown

A federal control board is seeking a $300 million loan for Puerto Rico's power company after a federal judge rejected a previous $1 billion loan request despite warnings the U.S. territory would have to start rationing electricity. Some 400,000 customers remain in the dark five months after Hurricane Maria. The board filed the latest request before dawn Friday and said Puerto Rico will have to reduce power generation and personnel if it does not obtain the funds by Feb. 20. It also...

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