A debate on how best to address the state’s diminishing electricity reserves moved to the Texas Senate floor briefly Tuesday as part of a bill to continue operations of the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
Sen. Troy Fraser, R-Horseshoe, offered — and ultimately withdrew — an amendment requiring a cost-benefit analysis before the utility commission could make a fundamental change in how electricity is bought and sold on the wholesale market.
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