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PG&E gas pipe explosion Fire chief Joanne Hayes-White is on the scene as PG&E representatives and firefighters battle a blaze following an explosion of a gas line on February 6, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo: Santiago Mejia/Pool/Getty Images)

A federal judge is requiring PG&E Corp. to abide by rules governing how the utility operates its power lines in California, seeking to reform what he described as “dismal” management that led to a series of destructive fires over the past two years.

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