Once, Texas wasn't the only state on its own electric grid. But after FDR's New Deal, it was the only state that could stay independent with reliable power — usually. Then came 2021's Winter Storm Uri. How did we get to this point? The Center for Energy Studies' Julie Cohn explains in the Texas Standard.
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