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LBUQUERQUE, NM— Yesterday, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas kicked off the Energy Security Investigation Task Force with a virtual meeting of state, local, and industry leaders. More than 25 attendees appeared virtually, ranging from Cabinet officials, local county and city emergency management personnel, first responders, utility company representatives, humanitarian organizations, and advocates for vulnerable populations.  Yesterday’s gathering was the beginning of discussions around their communities' preparedness for extreme heat events and potential power outages. Attorney General Balderas called together the Task Force after reports that extreme heat events coupled with potential rolling blackouts were possible this summer.

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