ATX Winter Storm EL TT 04

Snow covers roadways near the University of Texas at Austin.

AUSTIN

After the deadly and expensive electrical outages during a winter freeze in February, Texas lawmakers set out to make such disasters less likely in the future. And as The Texas Tribune’s Erin Douglas and Mitchell Ferman have reported, they made some progress.

Ross Ramsey is executive editor and co-founder of The Texas Tribune, a nonpartisan, nonprofit media organization. Contact him at rramsey@texastribune.org.

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Ross. Have you disappeared on border concerns? What happened. You attacked Trump on a regular basis. Now Biden is doing worse and you are silent!!! Why? Because you a left wing hot job n all state political subjects. Why don’t you dem propagandist just be people of character and tell all of us you fully support all the dem party does and are biased

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