Texas’s Disaster Is Over. The Fallout Is Just Beginning.

Will Republican officials in the state pay a price for the recent blackouts?

Volunteers distribute bottled water at the Fountain Life Center in Houston on February 20. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

By Elaine Godfrey

ozens of Texans are dead because of the state’s energy crisis last week. Some froze in their bed or their living room. Others suffocated in their idling car, poisoned by carbon monoxide. A few…

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