A bill that would put in place a litany of changes to the Texas power grid unanimously passed on the Senate floor March 29.

State Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown, introduced Senate Bill 3 with the intention to fix some of the problems that led to massive, dayslong blackouts and water outages for millions following a winter storm in mid-February. After hearing hours of testimony, Schwertner said in the bill's analysis, the most repeatedly mentioned issues included "a lack of oversight, a breakdown of communication, and major failures in coordination within and between Texas' regulatory agencies."

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