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Texas’ power grid held up during last week’s winter weather. Experts say it wasn’t seriously tested.

Experts say it’s unclear whether changes mandated by Texas lawmakers to prevent widespread power outages like those last February made a significant difference during a weaker winter storm.

Power lines near a power substation in Northwest Austin during a winter storm on Feb. 3, 2022.

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