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(AP) Regulators are fining California utilities more than $22 million for what they call the "poor execution" of widespread power shutoffs two years ago that were designed to prevent devastating wildfires. The state's Public Utilities Commission announced fines Wednesday against Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric and PacifiCorp. The regulators said they found multiple violations of public safety and notification requirements during more than two dozen planned power shutoffs in 2020. The shutoffs were designed to deactivate power lines to keep them from sparking fires during hot, dry, windy conditions. Power lines have been blamed for about half of the most destructive wildfires in state history.