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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway proposes an $8 billion fix for Texas electric grid
‘One-company capacity market’ would earn a guaranteed return under a plan being circulated in Austin.

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McConnell Says House Gun Safety Bills Aren’t Going To Address Shootings
According to Sen. Mitch McConnell, acts of “horrendous” violence like the two mass shootings we’ve had over the course of a week are not going to be addressed in the two gun safety bills that were passed earlier in the month of March.

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65% View Border Problem as a National Security Issue
As a surge of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border confronts President Joe Biden with a crisis, more Americans than ever say controlling the border is a matter of national security.

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DHS warns Biden of crisis: Record 117,000 unaccompanied children expected at border this year
The Biden administration reportedly expects an unprecedented surge of unaccompanied migrant children showing up on the southern border in hopes of being admitted into the United States during its first year.

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After Border Patrol release, asylum-seekers test positive for Covid in Brownsville, Texas
A number of migrants seeking asylum and released by Border Patrol have tested positive to Covid-19 tests in Brownsville, Texas. Some plan to continue their journey to other cities and states.

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U.S. House Oversight Committee investigating operator of Texas’ power grid
A subcommittee chair wrote in a letter to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas that the grid’s failures were “costly” and disproportionately affected low-income communities and communities of color.

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'Neanderthal thinking': President Biden decries Gov. Abbott's decision to drop COVID restrictions
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden slammed Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to drop Texas’ mask mandate as “Neanderthal thinking” as a backlash built in D.C. on Wednesday over Texas and other states’ moves to ease COVID restrictions during a “pivotal” period to finally curbing the pandemic.

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After Publisher Nixes Dr. Seuss Books For ‘Racist’ Imagery, They Rocket To The Top Of Amazon Bestseller List
More than a dozen Dr. Seuss books are now sitting at the top of the Amazon bestseller list after the main publisher of the books decided to stop producing the books over concerns that some of the contain “offensive” and “racist” imagery.

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The Great Texas Blackout Was Caused by a Failure to Ensure Supplies of Natural Gas
Let the Yankee bastards freeze in the dark” was a popular refrain among Texans in the seventies, who felt that the federal government was depriving them of their natural gas by compelling them to ship it to the Northeast and Midwest below cost. Yet it was Texans two weeks ago who were left to freeze in the dark, in their home state.

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