Californians face a second day of rolling blackouts today as the state readied to spend millions to keep electricity flowing and prevent money-strapped utilities from going broke.
Hours after people across northern and central California saw everything from their lights to their heaters, elevators and bank machines abruptly switched off, Gov. Gray Davis ordered the state to temporarily start buying power from wholesalers and provide it to power-short utilities.
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