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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | Last month

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"O Ai San Antonio and I Heart radio station. Fox News. I'm Karen McCue, A federal judge has California's assault weapons ban is unconstitutional. The ruling from federal Judge Roger Benitez found the state's 30 year old law banning so called assault weapons unlawfully deprives law abiding Californians weapons commonly allowed by most other states and Lives of Californians. The state is likely to appeal foxes Jack Callahan, Your dog's food may be facing a recall Sunshine Mills is recalling some of its dog foods because they could be tainted with salmonella. There's sportsman's pride, professional sprouts, sporting dog intimidator, chicken and rice and FRM Gold Select high performance. Foxes. Jill NATO America is listening to Fox News. Now. W O AI local news the Texas Public Utility Commission may end It's no disconnect order as soon as a week from today. The order was put into place after the February winter storm and resulting widespread power outages. It was intended to keep utilities from being cut off from customers who fell behind on their payments. Some residents say it's still too soon to end the order. PUC commissioner Will McAdams says the order should end on June 11 because ratepayers have better resources available. To help them with their unpaid bills. Mexican nationals are flocking to the United States to get the covid shot that's still hard to find in their home country. Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar says they welcome vaccine tourist because it's a boost to the border economy, encourage all the local communities to encourage this. There are Mexican tourism agency ads that promote flights to Texas, where you can sight seeing get the shot. Meanwhile, Mexico's still mostly focusing.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"That dear a job. You laid it, baby brother. You gotta lay it down. You made that bitch You got laid it. Friends and community members were quietly celebratory, saying they were grateful for the verdict but still grieving that Floyd was murdered. Third Ward resident Rowena Jesse says Floyd Story was familiar to her. She says her father was killed by a Houston police officer when she was young. When I saw that happened to him. I felt it like I felt my dad's death and vomits a lot. It takes a lot out of me. You can hear more reactions to the verdict's throughout the morning here on news 88 7, including on Houston matters coming up at nine o'clock. Many people in Houston's Muslim community are getting vaccinated during Ramadan. Despite fasting for 14 hours a day Health reporter Sarah Will Ernst says religious leaders are playing a big part and getting shots into arms. In Southeast Houston, people filed into the Asia Center Muslim Community Center in Webster to get Fizer shot. Ramadan began last week, causing some members to question whether the vaccine would interfere with their fast Muslims are not allowed to eat, drink or take drugs like Tylenol during the day. But Mohammed Hawk, the president and a mom of the mosque, says vaccines are allowed because it's not energy boosting in the way food is. I actually give a sermon on Friday on vaccine that we need to get it as much as we can. On. It will be safer for everybody for the Ramadan gathering if they are vaccinated, Hak says in person gatherings, the mosque where canceled last Ramadan. They're back this year, but with masks and social distancing rules in place. I'm Sarah Wheeler turns in Houston. Houstonians opposed to the I 45 North widening project are appealing to state lawmakers to change the way the state pays for transportation. They were in Austin this week to speak in support of a measure that would allow text ought to spend more on bike and transit projects. Fifth Ward residents, Sandra Edwards told the House Transportation Committee. Her neighborhood is already suffering and the freeway project would only make things worse. We have been flooded. We have contamination from the crease old right in front of my house living in a blown we are Going toe air pollution, water pollution We have been saying in our water bills pending in the House and Senate at the state called for a chance to the change, rather to the state constitution that would allow text ought to spend more money on non highway projects. Textile pub. The Texas Public Utility Commission rather has a new leader. You can hear Maurin statewide.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The real estate zone in MLS 2077 68. It is 7 30. Good morning on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought you by precision camera topping Austin's news and their first meeting of the Biden era between US and China. He's get off to a rocky start. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Chinese counterpart traded rebukes as they met for talks in Anchorage. Our intent is to be direct about our concerns. Direct about our priorities with the goal of a more clear eyed relationship between our countries. China's foreign affairs chief Yang dear Church shot back, saying U. S. China relations are in a period of unprecedented difficulty, and, he added, there is no way to strangle China. The State Department says private talks that followed were serious and substantial if In London, Simon Oh, in Fox News. Your Biden believes one of his goals of reaching 100 million covert vaccine doses by the 100 Day mark in office will be hit ahead of schedule. We're way ahead of schedule. We've got a long way to go. Mr Biden State of Vaccinations for marks were full of claims of progress, though tempered by calls for caution. And while the U. S has sent to be averaging between two million to three million shots per day, health experts say the 100 day goal of 100 million doses was always an attainable benchmark. That doesn't mean large events. With lots of people together, but it does mean small groups will be able to get together. Previously, Mr Biden seemed to suggest that even if you were vaccinated, your holiday gatherings should still be small for the foreseeable future Boxes. Kevin Court there as of last night as promised. Austin Public Health has been able to resume appointment scheduling for vaccines that website crashed on Monday, leaving thousands of people unable to make an appointment. According to Austin. Public Health about 4000 slots were released, but nearly 300,000 people are now pre registered for vaccine, including some of the onesie category. The meantime, in Williams and County 25% of people have not received at least one dose of covert vaccine 10% have been fully vaccinated. As you heard of support. Yesterday on Caleb EJ. The TIA is estimating the average Texas student began this school year, 3.2 months behind where he or she should be Education commissioner Mike Moran says rectifying that problem will take quite a long time is going to be a four or five year project for us as the state and That's because the TA is also taking into account the typical summer slide that student's experience that equals roughly 2.5 months. So when both combined, Moran says Texas students are now almost six months behind, where they should be, The Texas Legislature could decide future appointments to the Texas Public Utility Commission and the board of the Elect ERCOT Electric grid. That's according to state Senator Charles Shorter of Georgetown, who says last month winter storm brought up the need for more coordination or needs to be That better coordination within the industry but also within the regulatory agencies, the railroad commission that oversees oil and gas. As well as the Public Utilities Commission, which oversees electric utilities and water utilities in the state. And he says future members of the PUC.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:07 min | 4 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Connection with the Syriza of deadly shootings in the Atlanta area. Authorities say eight people were shot to death at three massage parlors. Alex Helmick with member station W. A. B says the person arrested is 21 years old police A's from Woodstock, Georgia, about 30 miles north of Atlanta. He was arrested about 150 miles south of Atlanta, in crisp county, where he's being held. The sheriff there says state troopers arrested him after ramming his vehicle. There's no word on a possible motive. Another member of the Texas Public Utility Commission is resigning. Arthur Dent Raya is the final member to step down following last month's statewide power outages prompted by extreme cold and wintry weather. Most Bushell with member station Kut, says Dondre. His resignation also follows the publishing of a tape by Texas monthly. During and immediately after the blackouts. The wholesale price of electricity in Texas went sky high that cost some consumers and electric companies but made big profits for power plants and their investors. In the tape. D'Andrea, who served as chair of the Public Utilities Commission, apologized to securities analysts and said he had done what he could to fight efforts by Texas politicians. Retroactively reduced those prices. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is W on my C in New York. It's 6 32. Good morning. I'm David 1st 35 degrees going up to near 50. Today, The NYPD says it is deploying counterterrorism officers to local Asian communities out of an abundance of caution. That's after shootings of three massage parlors in Georgia yesterday left eight people dead. Authorities say Many of the victims are women of Asian descent. It is unclear if the attacks were racially motivated. Police have arrested a 21 year old suspect. Mayor De Blasio is directing the NYPD to stop arresting people for sex work and is also asking the state to de criminalize the conduct. If you're talking about sex work alone, Of course, I don't want to see arrests for that anymore. I want us to move to a different approach, and I want the state law change. Mayor says he still wants sex traffickers to be punished, but that people who do sex work should get help and support, not criminal charges. The state is responsible for making changes to the criminal code. While New York allowed gyms to reopen at 33% capacity last fall. Fitness classes like yoga, politics and spinning remain closed because of the pandemic. New York City health adviser Dr Jay Varma says it's still too risky to resume them. We're really factoring in the experience from around the world and around the country as well as what we know about sort of the inherent risk of certain activities. He says. The close proximity to others and fitness studios and other factors like sweat making masks less effective and people breathing heavily means indoor classes are staying closed for the time being. El Museo del Barrios Inaugural Triangle exhibit is offering works of art for more than 40 Latin next artists from across the country. Susanna Temkin is a co curator, she says, selecting artists with intersectional backgrounds like Afro Latino, indigenous and non binary. Needs to be a priority in order to have an accurate survey of contemporary Latin next art. Really trying Tol look beyond sort of the standard European derived cannon to explore the other nuances that are inherent and what we see in Leicester next identity. The exhibition is on display until September. 26th timed tickets can be reserved online. 35 degrees now going up to Ojai. Today near 50 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies will drop down into the mid forties tonight and rain is on the way tomorrow, mostly expected to begin in the afternoon and once again the high near 50 degrees tomorrow. This is W N. Y. C. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from noon, providing an online evaluation and the tools to help people lead.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

"With the virus. It was met with silence. Spread on checked. Niles for days. Weeks, then months. That lead to more death. He spoke of a collective suffering across the nation in the past year. During his first primetime address to the nation, Biden said he wants all adult Americans to be eligible for coronavirus vaccinations. By May, 1st. He said the U. S. Will reach his goal of 100 million doses in this 1st 60 days in office, instead of his 1st 100 days by an urge to all Americans to get vaccinated when it's your turn. Texas, said it's committee on jurisprudence heard testimony yesterday on excessive billing during last month's extended power outages. Houston Senator Joan Huffman shares the committee, which heard from market monitors yesterday afternoon. You believe the February 15th order gave are caught the authority to reduce the price. When they quit shitting load. That's correct. Okay. Unfortunately, the prices did continue all the way on February, the 18th and into until nine a.m. on February 19th. And those are the days in question that we say that that pricing intervention exceeded the mandate of the commission order. Now. Earlier in the day, the Texas Public Utility Commission said the overcharge cost already has been drastically lowered from the original estimate of $16 billion as illegal immigrants Nana Company Children continue to surge across the southern border. There are growing concerns about them spreading coronavirus, Texas Senator John Cornyn says agents air forced to process migrants without even knowing if they're contagious. We know that more than 8000 CBP employees have tested positive for covert 19. And 27 have died. Since the start of the pandemic. Gordon has sent a letter to the secretary of Health and Human Services calling for priority vaccinations for Border Patrol agents. Oh ktrh news time 303 and overwhelming majority of parents say their kids need to get back into schools of parents who have K through 12 kids, 79% said. They support sending their Children back to the classroom now. A Gallup poll found that in the past year, 13% of parents have cut back their hours. 7% even quit their jobs all to help with at home learning. The research also found Republicans and working parents are Maurin favor of getting back to normal. Now, about a third of US students don't have the option of in person learning. I'm Rory O'Neill. And while one year after shutting down the Houston Rodeo is the covert pandemic, has said in Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo says she regrets not closing it sooner. That's one regret. I have I think that perhaps we would have saved some lives early on if that had been done. Judge it ago, says the recommendation back then was not to shut anything down without proof of community spread, which was later confirmed through the rodeo barbecue. Texas attorney General Kidding Paxton is the suing the city of Boston for not lifting their mask mandate. The suit comes after Governor Greg Abbott rolled back the measure statewide. In a letter to the city's mayor, Paxton pointed out state laws who proceeds local law. Mayor Steve Adler says Austin businesses asked him to keep the mask mandate in place as a shield..

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

"Would sign the economic relief bill tomorrow, the White House decided tow move it up today. Vice president Kamila Harris stood off to the side as President Biden signed the $1.9 Trillion covert relief bill, he said. It's meant to give the middle class a fighting chance. I'm gonna have a lot more to say about that. Tonight in the next couple days and be able to take your questions. But in the meantime, what I'm gonna do is sign this bill. The president left after two minutes without taking questions. No Republicans supported this bill, which many have criticized as full of giveaways not focused enough on programs relating to the virus. While it provides money for testing in vaccines. Money is also going to have rental assistance and housing programs. Schools and universities, minority farmers as well as Obama care expansion. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, The Texas Senate Committee on Juris Prudence hearing testimony today on excessive billing during last month's extended power outages used in Senator Jonathan Chairs the committee, which heard from market monitor this afternoon. Do you believe the February 15th order gave are caught the authority to Reduced the price when they quit shitting load. That's correct. Okay. Unfortunately, the prices did continue all the way on February, the 18th and into until nine a.m. on February 19th and those are the days in question that we say that that pricing intervention exceeded the mandate of the commission order. Earlier today, the Texas Public Utility Commission said the overcharge cost already has been drastically reduced from the original estimate of $16 billion. As illegal migrants and unaccompanied Children continue to surge across the southern border. They're growing concerns about them spreading coronavirus. Texas Senator John Cornyn says agents are being forced to process migrants without knowing if they're contagious. We know that more than 8000 CBP employees have tested positive for Coke, Good. 19 and 27 have died since the start of the pandemic. Corniness in a letter to the secretary of Health and Human Services, calling for priority vaccinations for Border Patrol. Ktrh news time 303 The markets are closed. Here's ktrh money man Pat Shan, brought to you by diem auto leasing dot com and Pat Looks like investors were stimulated today. Yeah, absolutely. Corey and back plenty of green on the screen today as well. The Dow industrials finishing the day up by 188 points. We closed it 4 32,085 that, by the way, a new all time high on the Dow s and P 540 points right at 1%. The NASDAQ was the star of the show up by 329 points. The Outlet higher buy shares of aircraft maker Boeing the stock up on reports the company is very close to receiving a big order from Southwest Airlines and this morning before the bell. We gotta look at initial jobless claims coming in a bit better than analysts had expected. The data showing that employers slowly but surely are bringing workers back and the markets also got a boost from that tech sector rising over 2%. Oil up a dollar 58 $66.2 a barrel oil up after OPEC increased their forecast for oil demand and finally gold..

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Quality, better experience. I mean, they're all just Brad Barton or whether this week is going to start off mild and dry but somewhat windy when you're 71 today alone. You're 54 tonight behind your 73 Tomorrow 70 and Sunday I'm k l I f W b a P Meteorologist Brad Mark. Good morning, Dallas. It's 52 degrees where you're at 40 degrees in Garland and 48. Great fun. Seven minutes after seven o'clock and all of those places. Well, if you've been waiting for a coded vaccination, your chance could arrive this week with the arrival of a million vaccines in Texas. About a quarter million of these covert shots arriving in the Lone Star State this week will be there just approved Johnson and Johnson vaccine This makers vaccine is a single shot. Does those vaccines arriving this week will be reserved for those who have not yet received any protection against the covert virus. Texas says it's ordering nearly a half million doses to arrive the following week as the second shot for those people vaccinated with another makers vaccine just a few weeks ago. Kimberly James K. L I. F new and it's good timing because Texas health officials reporting more than 1800 new cases of covert, 19 and 84 new deaths yesterday. That's just days before the state is set to reopen at 100% Tarrant County, reporting around 340 new cases and 10 deaths that puts the county over 3000 deaths Total Collin County reported. 80. Three new cases. Dallas County no longer reports numbers on Sundays. However, on Saturday, the counter ended its fifth deadliest week since tracking covert deaths. Texas U. S representative Michael McCall was one of the Republicans who voted against the latest coded relief build, he told W F A. A is inside Texas politics that a lot of that bill had nothing to do with the pandemic. Almost $2 trillion now, and you're getting that size of GDP in terms of our national debt, was very disappointed that Speaker Paul Bossy and Schumer decided just sort of going alone and go through reconciliation and not make this a bipartisan effort. We'll have more information on the stimulus bill what it is going to do and when it's going to do it more most importantly, when you're going to get your money coming up at 7, 17 and Cliff Notes, the Texas Public Utility Commission will not reverse a $16 billion overcharge imposed on the utility companies. Last month. The PUC is independent market monitor. Potomac Economics found that her car kept market price. This is too high for nearly two days after widespread outages ended and recommended the charges be reversed. Bloomberg quotes PUC Chairman Arthur D'Andrea, who says.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"See, National Guard commander Major General William Walker told a congressional hearing. He received a frantic phone call from former Capitol police chief Stephen Sund at 1 49. PM chief's son. His voice cracking with emotion indicated that there was a dire emergency. At the Capitol General, Walker testified he didn't get the green light to send in the guard from Army officials until after 5 P.m., d O D. Senior official, Robert Sallis is said then. Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller approved full mobilization three or four and the Guardsmen started heading to the capital at 4 32 boxes. Rachel Sutherland. Security officials are preparing for another potential threat to the capital after an intelligence warning about a possible militia plot to attempt a breach tomorrow. A Texas electricity regulator moves to cut some emergency fees for services that weren't provided during widespread outages in a deadly winter Storm. Texas Public Utility Commission said it will not charge residents were standby power how much that power cost has not been disclosed, but the storm of two weeks ago shut down half the state's power generating plants. Multiplied normal energy rates up to 10 Times. State and federal investigations have begun looking into that. The PUC will also decide this Friday on whether businesses affected by the storm will get relief from billions of dollars in fees. The PUC supervises the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, whose preparedness is at the center of the Winter Storm Controversy. GURNAL Scott Fox News bill Banning nearly all abortions is heading to the governor's desk in Arkansas. It's similar to measures and more than a dozen states that could end up In a Supreme Court fight. Ah slide on Wall Street..

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

"Jenna Rated by a solar turban. It cost $200 Texas friendly approach to allowing green to participate cost lives. Texas Public utility Commission ER Dee Ann Walker, the chair of the Texas Public Utility Commission, step down on Monday. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is still calling for the ERCOT CEO Bill Magnus to do the same. Growing number of illegal asylum seekers in the Rio Grande Valley has prompted the arrival of more border agents this week. Customs and border protection officials say. Agents on the northern U. S border with Canada are now being re assigned to duty in the Rio Grande Valley. The move comes as the bite administration continues to weaken the Trump administration's restrictions on asylum seekers. Or illegal immigrants reportedly caught along the US southern border in the month of January than those captured in the month of January. During the three previous years combined, Merc will help Johnson and Johnson manufacturer It's new One dose covert 19 vaccine. President Biden will make the official announcement later today, reportedly using the powers of the Defense Production Act to give mark the priority. It'll need to wrap up its facilities. Produced the J and J Vaccine. Merkin Johnson and Johnson, both headquartered in New Jersey, are longtime pharmaceutical rivals. Their partnership is historic and will be treated as a wartime effort. Sara Lee Kessler, New Jersey KTRH News time 10 03, The market's off to a choppy start. Today we get more from Ktrh Money. Man Patch in Stocks are trading next following yesterday's Big Games energy as well as basic materials. Those air chemical companies.

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KCRW

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KCRW

"How, if at all, can the U. S resist a coup and me and mark it is Tuesday March 2nd. The founding date of Howard University in 18 67. Graduates of the historically black college include Vice President Kamila Harris. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Corbett Coleman. The Supreme Court hears arguments today in a major voting rights case, it could give state legislatures permission to make it harder for Americans to vote. The case involves a part of the Voting Rights Act. This section involves efforts to stop officials from diluting the votes of minorities during redistricting. Republicans in Georgia's State House have passed a lengthy elections bill. Georgia Public Broadcasting, Stephen Fowler says it would limit citizens access to absentee ballots and in person early voting. The omnibus bill would make it harder to vote by mail and cut back on a weekend voting predominantly used by Democratic leaning majority Black counties. Republicans say it's to promote uniformity across 159 counties in the state, but Democrats say it's promoting a lie about non existent election fraud. And the Georgia Senate. A 32 page bill that severely limits who could vote by mail will head to the floor soon. Stephen Fowler reporting the head of the Texas Public Utility Commission, has resigned. State lawmakers and the governor had criticized Deanne Walker over power cuts stemming from last month's deadly winter storms. Texas Public Radio's Paul Flab reports. In last week's hearings, Walker was criticized for being complacent and providing few answers and more deflections. Speaking after Thursday's hearing, University of Texas energy professor Michael Webber said the critique of PUC is warranted. I think he is. He deserves a lot of scrutiny because I didn't see a lot of emergency preparedness communications from ahead of time. They have generally an anti regulatory view. They don't like care to oversee the industry. It seems like they took their eye off the ball, and I think they deserve a lot of criticism. Bill Magnus, the head of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, has also been in the crosshairs of lawmakers. I'm Paul Fly have in San Antonio. Meanwhile, the Texas attorney general is suing one electricity provider gritty over sky high electricity bills during the storms. Another bras is electric power, says it is seeking bankruptcy protection, also citing the severe storms. Authorities in Nigeria say all the schoolgirls abducted by gunmen last Friday have now been released. Officials say that no ransom was paid for them ish Mahfoud dickwad reports from Harari. The girls were presented to the media buy some for a state governor Bello matter Wiley any Tuesday, he said They were released after what he called the scaling off several hurdles. The boarding school girls where the second group seized in northern Nigeria in less than two weeks. The first group of 42, which included Children was released by their captors on Saturday. Despite denials, ransom has been paid for their release off abductees. President Mohammadou Bahari has urged state governors to review their policy off rewarding bandit with money and vehicles. For NPR news. Am issue My friend equal in her daddy, This is NPR. FBI director Christopher Wray will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee today members Air Holding a hearing on the deadly insurrection at the Capitol and domestic terrorism, Ray is expected to face questions about what the FBI knew about potential violence before the riot. Democrats on the committee have already sent Ray a letter. They say they're concerned the FBI minimized threats from the far right. Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney says he is doing better. NPR's Giles Snyder reports. He was knocked unconscious in a fall over the weekend. Senator Romney joked with reporters after he turned up on Capitol Hill was stitches above a noticeably black right I and also his lip. Let's see. What can I say? Yeah, I had kind of a tough, tough weekend. You see that Look at that I got I went to see back. That.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KQED Radio

"States to make it harder to vote. And how if it all can the U. S resist a coup and me and mark it is Tuesday, March 2nd, the founding date of Howard University in 18 67. Graduates of the historically black college include Vice president Kamila Harris. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Corbett Coleman. The Supreme Court hears arguments today in a major voting rights case, it could give state legislatures permission to make it harder for Americans to vote. The case involves a part of the Voting Rights Act. This section involves efforts to stop officials from diluting the votes of minorities during redistricting. Republicans in Georgia's State House have passed a lengthy elections bill. Georgia Public Broadcasting, Stephen Fowler says it would limit citizens access to absentee ballots and in person early voting. The omnibus bill would make it harder to vote by mail and cut back on a weekend voting predominantly used by Democratic leaning majority Black counties. Republicans say it's too provoked uniformity across 159 counties in the state, but Democrats say it's promoting a lie about non existent election fraud. And the Georgia Senate of 32 Page bill that severely limits who could vote by mail will head to the floor soon. Stephen Fowler reporting the head of the Texas Public Utility Commission, has resigned. State lawmakers and the governor had criticized Deanne Walker over power cuts stemming from last month's deadly winter storms. Texas Public Radio's Paul Flab reports. In last week's hearings, Walker was criticized for being complacent and providing few answers and more deflections. Speaking after Thursday's hearing, University of Texas energy professor Michael Webber said the critique of PUC is warranted. I think if you see deserves a lot of scrutiny because I didn't see a lot of emergency preparedness predications from ahead of time, they have generally an anti Regulatory view. They don't like care to oversee the industry. It seems like they took their eye off the ball, and I think they deserve a lot of criticism. Bill Magnus, the head of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, has also been in the crosshairs of lawmakers. I'm Paul Fly have in San Antonio. Meanwhile, the Texas attorney general is suing one electricity provider gritty over sky high electricity bills during the storms. Another bras is electric power, says it is seeking bankruptcy protection, also citing the severe storms. Authorities in Nigeria say all the schoolgirls abducted by gunmen last Friday have now been released. Officials say that no ransom was paid for them ish Mahfoud a quote reports from Harari. The girls were presented to the media buy some for a state governor Bello matter Wiley any Tuesday, he said They were released after what he called the scaling off several hurdles. The boarding school girls where the second group seized in northern Nigeria in less than two weeks. The first group of 42, which included Children was released by their captors on Saturday. Despite denials, ransom has been paid for their release off abductees president More Imagine Buhari has urged state governors to review their policy off rewarding bandit with money and vehicles. For NPR News. AM East, My friend equal in Herat E. This is NPR. FBI director Christopher Wray will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee today members they're holding a hearing on the deadly insurrection at the Capitol and domestic terrorism. Ray is expected to face questions about what the FBI knew about potential violence before the riot. Democrats on the committee have already sent Ray a letter. They say they're concerned the FBI minimized threats from the far right. Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney says he is doing better. NPR's Giles Snyder reports. He was knocked unconscious in a fall over the weekend. Senator Romney joked with reporters after he turned up on Capitol Hill was stitches above a noticeably black right. Hi and also his lip. Let's see what can I say? E had kind of a tough, tough weekend. You see that look at that I got I.

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KTRH

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

"The top utility regulator in Texas has resigned following last month's power outages during the cold winter storms. Oxygen. Jessica Rosenthal has more after weeks of lawmakers angrily blaming her. Dan Walker, who led the Texas Public Utility Commission, has resigned, effective immediately. In her resignation letter, she said. While she acknowledges her role in the power outages, she believes others should come forward and acknowledge how their actions or inactions contributed to the problem naming entities like gas companies, transmission and distribution utilities, municipally owned utilities and lawmakers, saying they all had responsibility to foresee what could have happened and failed here. 4.5 million homes and businesses lost power in mid February and frozen pipes affected water. Two million's resulting in a boil Water order two more than 12 million people. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News well new legal action in the wake of last month's Texas power crisis, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing electricity provider gritty, which charges $10 per month to give people a way to pay wholesale prices for electricity. So when the winter storm hit two weeks ago, Grady's wholesale prices for So I'm spiked as high is $16,000 Paxton, calling the charge is outrageous, scented, lawful, gritty, saying in a statement after it was effectively shut down, and it's always been transparent and customer centric at every step. Class action lawsuit has also been filed in the case. Jeff Man. Also Fox News. Kroger is donating more than $800,000 in water and monetary relief to both the Houston and Dallas markets following last month's power and water outages. The grocery giant says that more than 60 of its stores and Houston were impacted by the outages along with a local distributing sinner. Some good news and bad news on the covert front here in Houston there, Sylvester Turner says the numbers continue to go lower. Today's positivity rate is 11.8%, you know, not too long ago it was over 20. Now we're back down to 11 if 18%, but the goal is to get us down 25% or Lord. Houston is the first major city to report all of the covert strains so mask wearing and social distancing will continue. Texas will receive 200,000 doses of the New Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. The FDA approving the vaccine over the weekend shipments are expected to get out rapidly. Johnson and Johnson has said it it's preparing to have 20 million vaccines across the country by the end of this month, 80 million doses by the end of June. At the southern border. There's been a spike in illegal aliens crossing daily into the United States. Texas Congressman Henry Quay. Ours saw this coming shortly after President Biden took office information I've gotten, you know, the criminal organizations are promoting that this is a open border. Agent and just the Rio Grande Valley have caught more than 13,000 migrants since the start of the fiscal year in October. Many are coming and care events. Just in the last week, agents near the southern tip of Texas caught two groups of more than 100 illegal aliens, each who had come from El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Cuba and Nicaragua. Well. Former Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt is headed Arizona. You reportedly 8 to 2 Year deal worth 31 million bucks Worth stock seven nineties. Chris Cordy calls it a great opportunity. You look at what the Texans we're gonna pay him this year 17 million. It's not getting paid much less than that to go to the Cardinals. But he's the guy still got a lot left in the tank and now playing opposite Chandler Jones, who was one of the more elite pass rushers in the NFL, JJ's gonna be set up for some great success. Thanks here. Why joins former Texans DeAndre Hopkins, who was traded Arizona before last season? Next up dates at 11. 30 Breaking information is it happens Time now for more of our American stories. I'm Eric Sharpe on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh. Confidence is pretty much everything.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"She's out. I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox news more fall out after last month's blackouts in Texas, triggered by an unusual winter storm that brought historic snowfall to parts of the state after weeks of lawmakers angrily blaming her. Dan Walker, who led the Texas Public Utility Commission has resigned, effective immediately and her resignation letter, she said while she acknowledges her role in the power outages. She believes others should come forward and acknowledge how their actions or inactions contributed to the problem naming entities like gas companies, transmission and distribution utilities, municipally owned utilities and lawmakers, saying they all had responsibility to foresee what could have happened and failed here. 4.5 million homes and businesses lost power in mid February and frozen pipes affected water. Two million's resulting in a boil Water order two more than 12 million people. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News Earlier today, Power Cooperative, Brazos announced it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, saying it received excessively high invoices from the state's power grid manager. It was not prepared to pass the cost onto which members were customers in Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir is declared a state of emergency due to heavy rains. The National Guard's been activated and is dealing with high water emergencies in West Virginia, flooding in some areas that were ravaged by power outages from ice storms. Last month about 13,000 customers were without power in Kentucky and West Virginia. According to utility tracking service doses of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine are making their way to stays after getting emergency use authorization last week. We are confident that by the end of June 100 million U. S. Citizens will be able to get vaccinated change a chief scientific officer, Dr Paul Stokols, the vaccine is only one dose and does not require special refrigeration. Like the fines remote, barren of vaccines. America is listening to Fox News did you now the lens of Liberty? Here is Helen Kriebel. A couple in Connecticut decided put. The kids will come from school alone every.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"She's out. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News more fall out every last month blackouts in Texas triggered by an unusual winter storm that brought historic snowfall to parts of the state after weeks of lawmakers angrily blaming her Dan Walker, who led the Texas Public Utility Commission. Has resigned, effective immediately. In her resignation letter, she said While she acknowledges her role in the power outages, she believes others should come forward and acknowledge how their actions or inactions contributed to the problem naming entities like gas companies, transmission and distribution utilities, municipally owned utilities and lawmakers, saying they all had responsibility to foresee what could have happened and failed here. 4.5 million homes and businesses lost power in mid February and frozen pipes affected water. Two million's resulting in a boil Water order two more than 12 million people. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News Earlier today, Power Cooperative, Brazos announced it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, saying it received excessively high invoices from the state's power grid manager. It was not prepared to pass the cost onto its members were customers in Kentucky governor Andy Bashir is declared a state of emergency due to heavy rains. The National Guard's been activated and is dealing with high water emergencies in West Virginia, flooding in some areas that were ravaged by power outages from ice storms. Last month about 13,000 customers were without power in Kentucky and West Virginia. According to utility tracking service doses of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine or making the way to state after getting emergency use authorization last week. You're confident that by the end of June 100 million U. S citizens will be able to get vaccinated change a chief scientific officer, Dr Paul Stokols, the vaccine is only one dose and does not require special refrigeration. Like the fires were in modern a vaccines. America is listening to Fox News Way. Think America's finally ready for this a show by black people for all people about the black experience in America this time to go they're coming Tuesday night on ABC, so loving Nation. All the pain all the joy unafraid.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox news more fall out after last month's blackouts in Texas, triggered by an unusual winter storm that brought historic snowfall to parts of the state after weeks of lawmakers angrily blaming her. Dan Walker, who led the Texas Public Utility Commission, has resigned, effective immediately in her resignation letter, she said, while she acknowledges her role in the power outages She believes others come forward and acknowledge how their actions or inactions contributed to the problem naming entities like gas companies, transmission and distribution utilities, municipally owned utilities and lawmakers, saying they all had responsibility to foresee what could have happened and failed here. 4.5 million homes and businesses lost power in mid February and frozen pipes affected water. Two million's resulting in a boil Water order two more than 12 million people. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News Earlier today, Power Cooperative, Brazos announced it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, saying it received excessively high invoices from the state's power grid manager. It was not prepared to pass the cost onto its members were customers in Kentucky governor Andy Bashir is declared a state of emergency due to heavy rains. The National Guard's been activated and is dealing with high water emergencies in West Virginia, flooding in some areas that were ravaged by power outages from ice storms. Last month about 13,000 customers were without power in Kentucky and West Virginia. According to a utility tracking surface doses of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine are making their way to states after getting emergency used authorization last week. You're confident that by the end of June 100 million U. S citizens will be able to get vaccinated change a chief scientific officer, Dr Paul Stokols, the vaccine is only one dose and does not require special refrigeration. Like the fires were in mode. Erin a vaccines, America is listening to Fox News. Confidence is pretty much everything for a performer. Even if you have to fake it. It's everything that's Quinn's Tiffany from the I Heart radio. See her here. Hurry, then join us March 8th at 8 P.m. on I Heart Radio Facebook and YouTube channels As we celebrate the talent, confidence and fearlessness it takes to make it in music this international women's Day. Her.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"With the 135,000 people returning next summer comic con, saying they're going virtual again this year for three days July 23rd to the 25th and hoping they hold a smaller version of the events in person over three days in November. Inventions, saying While the organizers are optimistic about the vaccine rollout, it appears July will be too early to have an event that magnitude of comic con chakra KOGO news Governor Newsome saying today that California has now given out 9.1 million of vaccine doses, with more of the vaccine, due to arrive in the state later this week. And just 7% of the new cases are being reported the day compared with a month and a half ago. Six weeks ago, we were announcing over 50,000 cases of covert 3500 cases just yesterday. Hospitalizations and ICUs coincidentally, down both over 14 Day period, 42.1. Sets. The positive test rate for the virus in the state now has fallen from more than 14% a month ago and a half to just 2.3% today. The governor today also announcing a school reopening plan that we first told you about on Saturday goes morning news schools would receive incentives if they have the right amount of students in certain grades back in class by the end of March. The search continues for a suspect involved in a shooting by California highway police officers. They say about a driver of a stolen SUV finally pulled over off the 805 and Sarah Mesa. Two officers got out of the car, the suspect drove toward them, and that's when both officers fired their weapons. I'm not moving up on this car until you're able to get other people here. I'm trying to get my gun on the car. And then I thought one individual police telling Koco news. They detained 2 17 year old girl and arrested a 21 year old. That car had several bullet holes, but no one was wounded. One CHP officer was treated in the hospital for minor injuries and released Texas Public Utility Commission. There is no longer on the job. Deanne Walker's stepping down today amid fall out from last month's freezing but her storms and millions of people without power and water in Texas. The agency's been under fire ever since for how it handled The outages that were set on purpose to try to control the power grid in Texas and then failed. Twitter is about to start flagging post with misinformation about Corona virus vaccines. The labels will alert users that health officials consider such vaccines to be safe. Accounts will be locked for one violation but permanently suspended. If that it's five arm or and most fans said they're willing to watch March madness in the stands despite the risk of catching the virus this, according to a new survey from bookies dot com Found more than 65% of basketball fans would attend an N C double a tournament game in person on Wall Street. The Dow closed.

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Why Some Texas Residents Now Face Huge Electricity Bills

Bullseye

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Why Some Texas Residents Now Face Huge Electricity Bills

"In Texas after days without electricity because of the major winter storm, some residents are now seeing huge electric bills some of the thousands of dollars, but some relief is on the way. Governor Greg Abbott says that Texas Utilities Commission will stop sending out bills for the time being Texan sort of separate through days. Freezing cold without power should not be subjected to skyrocketing energy bills due to an end to due to a spike in the energy market. He also says there'll be a moratorium on power shut off for nonpayment. Residents with variable rate power plants have charged more because it's based on demand more demand higher bills, But Abbott says he's working with legislators to chill Texans from unreasonable bills. Around. 20,000 customers are still without power, but haven't says all power should be restored By tomorrow night. Many less water in the storm to the governor says water is now being restored across the state.

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Skyrocketing electric bills are "top priority," Texas governor says

TED Radio Hour

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Skyrocketing electric bills are "top priority," Texas governor says

"Texas after days without electricity because of the huge winter storm, some residents are now seeing huge electric bills, some in the thousands of dollars. Some relief is on the way. Governor Greg Abbott says the Texas Utilities Commission will stop sending out bills for the time being. Texans who have suffered through days of freezing cold without power. Should not be subjected to skyrocketing energy bills due to an end to due to a spike in the energy market. He also says there'll be a moratorium on power shut offs for nonpayment. Residents with variable rate power plants are charged more because it's based on demand more demand higher bills. But Abbott says he's working with legislatures to shield Texans from unreasonable bills around 30,000. Customers are still without power, but Abbott says all power should be restored by tomorrow night.

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"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"texas public utility commission" Discussed on KTRH

"Our top story Texas Governor Greg Abbott is signing a major federal disaster declaration request following water issues all across the state. Abbott says the request if signed, will help Texans apply for FEMA money that individual assistance will assist them. With funding to restore damage to their homes to the extent that is not covered by private insurance. Multiple pipes have burst after freezing temperatures caused power issues across the Lone Star State Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick says legislative hearings beginning next week in Austin will shed more light on why Texas power grids failed. Leaving millions to freeze during this week's ice storm. Look, mistakes were made it out along the line. We're going to get the answers. We're going to fix it, and this is not gonna happen again. We'll get the answers and we'll find out what really happened. But it was a combination of a lot of factors all occurring at one time, Patrick told Fox News. Now is not the time for finger pointing, he says. The focus is getting the lights, heat and cell service back up and running. During an emergency meeting last night, the Texas Public Utility Commission passed a new rule that says transmission and distribution companies like CenterPoint Energy cannot cut customers electricity for more than 12 hours at a time, who will takes effect immediately. Gas prices on the rise due to the refineries being knocked off line by the freezing weather, Triple A has the Texas state wide average it to 24 per gallon, up four sentence from last week. Houston's averages up five cents this week. 2 to 22 per gallon power outages broken lines from this week's winter storm, if left more than 13 million Texans.

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