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‘Half our population is without power and water right now,’ Texas official says

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Judge Lina Hidalgo, the top government official in Harris County, Texas, tells TODAY that “half our population is without power and water right now … over 1.2 million homes.” She cites issues with water, vaccine distribution and road conditions. “I don’t have an accurate estimate” for when power will come back on, she says.