How Texans got left out in the cold by ERCOT and our political leaders

Posted on AllSides February 17th, 2021
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I had been living in Memphis for three months when the big storm hit.

On a Thursday night in February 1994, the mid-South was bombarded with the most severe ice storm it had experienced in a century. Very quickly, the sheer accumulation of ice started toppling trees and downing transmission lines.

Roughly 80 percent of Memphis and North Mississippi residents lost their power for an extended period.

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