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SB 373, 74th R.S.
Relating to the continuation, operations, and functions of the Public Utility Commission of Texas and the Office of Public Utility Counsel; providing penalties.

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House State Affairs, 74th Leg.
Conduct active oversight of agencies under the committee's jurisdiction, including HB 2128, 74th R.S., SB 373, 74th R.S., the Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board and the implementation of assessments on the state's cellular and wireless telecommunications industries.
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Senate State Affairs, 74th Leg.
Monitor the implementation of the provisions of SB 373, 74th R.S., regarding electric utility regulation including: assessing the effectiveness of the integrated resource planning process as implemented by the Public Utility Commission; assessing the effectiveness of the rate deregulation of electric cooperatives; assessing the impact on the electric utility wholesale market and on the development of competition in the electric utility industry.
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