Dallas Morning News reporter Bob Garrett on Texans being hit with $17,000 electricity bills after the outage

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FILE – Customers use the light from a cell phone to look in the meat section of a grocery store Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021, in Dallas. Even though the store lost power, it was open for cash only sales. A series of winter storms and widespread power outages gripping Texas and other states not used to such extreme low temperatures are creating big challenges in the nation’s food supply networks.(AP Photo/LM Otero)

Dallas Morning News Reporter Bob Garrett joins John Williams to describe possible improvements to the power grid in Texas after the state went without electricity for days last week. Bob also shares where the $17,000 energy bills Texans received came from and what the state government is doing to help reduce those bills.

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