Gov. Abbott says that Texas will reopen to 100% capacity next Wednesday. Is the state ready?
ERCOT’s status as a non-profit shields them from some government oversight. Is it time they became a state agency?
U.S. Congress is investigating the power failures from the big winter storm. What can they do about it?
We talk about all of that and more on this week’s Inside Texas Politics.
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