Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Opinion: Warmth in the cold: Texans helping Texans

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By Sid Miller

Texas Agriculture Commissioner

AUSTIN, Texas — If 2020 was the year from hell, it looks like 2021 is the year hell froze over.

Recent weeks have been very tough on Texans as multiple winter storms swept across the Lone Star State, dropping over 29 million Texans in the deep freeze. Millions endured a "white out", with historic, blistering cold, record snowfall, dangerous ice, closed schools, shuttered businesses and even closed churches.  More than 4 million Texans lost power, many had no water, no natural gas and dwindling food supplies. All in the midst of a pandemic. Remember COVID. . .

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