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A new report estimates that 76 million households will be vulnerable to utility shutoffs by next month. Congress needs to act now to stop these shutoffs — it’s a matter of life and death. A child is seen looking out a window during the coronavirus pandemic. (Darrian Traynor / Getty Images) To an even greater extent than the 2008–9 financial crisis, the coronavirus pandemic has exposed the basic dysfunction that characterizes life in twenty-first-century America…

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