Outraged New Yorkers are railing against a local utility that has lagged behind others in restoring power two weeks after Superstorm Sandy socked the region. Protesters at a rally Sunday criticized the slow pace of Long Island Power Authority (LiPA) as well as the lack of information they've received. More than 100,000 customers in New York and New Jersey remain without power two weeks after Sandy, including tens of thousands of homes and businesses that were too damaged to receive power at all. More than 8 million lost power during the storm, with more losing or re-losing power less than a week later during a nor'easter that hit the region as well.
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