The growing Texas economy is thirsty for water and electricity. Both could be in short supply and pricey in the future.
That’s why so many lobbyists lined up in the Senate chamber last week to rehash the implications of a squabble between the Brazos River Authority and the Brazos Electric Cooperative, both Waco-based organizations that had a falling out over a contract.
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