Amid two investigations into Eversource Energy’s response to Tropical Storm Isaias, a Democratice Connecticut lawmaker has called on the Legislature to consider breaking up the state’s largest utility company.

Critics say the utility company was lax and unprepared in its response to the storm, which left more than 700,000 residents without electricity, some for more than a week. But not everyone is on board with U.S. Sen, Richard Blumenthal’s call for a possible utility breakup.

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