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A Look at the Public Utility Commission of Texas

Liberty Cafe 29:

The Public Utility Commission of Texas regulates electricity, telecommunications, and water markets in Texas. Though nowhere near as bad as typical federal regulatory agencies, the PUCT still can’t keep its hands out of markets–and consumers’ pocketbooks.

This week on the Liberty Cafe, we examine the effects of the PUCT’s intervention on markets in Texas–particularly the electricity market.


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