It's only a question of who it works for.
Texas regulators and lawmakers knew about the power grid’s vulnerabilities for years, but time and again they furthered the interests of large electricity providers.— Texas Tribune (@TexasTribune) February 23, 2021
With @propublica: https://t.co/Gbq3A7iOhx
you might have seen an influx of information about mutual aid groups being circulated after last week's storm in texas. for @TexasTribune i talked to community members that lifted each other up after an unprecedented storm left many in dire situations: https://t.co/I1ulWGATst— marissa martinez (@mar1ssamart1nez) February 23, 2021
Fourth on Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's list of legislative priorities for the 2021 #TXLege session is a "Star Spangled Banner Protection Act" that would require the national anthem to be played at all events that get public funding. https://t.co/W3mwQrSwqD— Texas Tribune (@TexasTribune) February 23, 2021
Now why would they do that?*
update: 5 members resign, and a sixth who was expected to be approved for the board has pulled his resignation.— Rebekah Allen (@rebekahallen) February 23, 2021
All six lived outside of Texas https://t.co/r8pKoDRrq5
Shit is gonna fly in all directions. What good that's gonna do remains to be seen.
After Texans died during the power outages, Harris County launches investigation into agencies that run the state's energy grid https://t.co/zoKo6UCZwm— Patrick Svitek (@PatrickSvitek) February 23, 2021