One side effect of the coronavirus outbreak on state governments is that it has stalled a variety of measures that would influence property operations. While the impact differs widely by state, some larger trends are emerging.

Legislative and regulatory action initially focused on expanding regulators’ authority to hold virtual meetings, as well as the suspension of disconnections for non-payment. Some state regulatory commissions, including those in Arizona, Connecticut and Ohio, opened broad dockets to investigate and address COVID-19 related impacts as they emerge.

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