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Texans not expected to lose power through the rest of the summer, regulators say

The state’s electricity regulators said they’re taking steps to assure a skeptical public that the power won’t go out again if Texas experiences extreme weather this summer.

Scenes from the Seaholm Power Plant in Austin on June 21, 2021.

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  • What did the Legislature do to fix the power grid after the February crisis in 2021?

  • What more could the Legislature have done to fix the grid?

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