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January 17, 2018
"I want to point out, too, that it's not the just matter of money, but it's also the loss of property. We're talking about lives – vulnerable children; vulnerable seniors. So, it's more than just the litigation that may or may not ensue. I would imagine there are fuel companies that would be happy that you would go elsewhere to keep your children from freezing to death or keep them from having to be responsible for burst pipes and a host of other property damages that would ensue in freezing weather." said Assemblymember Titone, who spoke in favor of legislation that relates to authorizing the delivery of liquefied petroleum gas in times of an emergency. (A8940-A)