Regulating the Texas oil and gas business is no small job, but the commission that does so doesn’t need more help from the federal government, said Christi Craddick.
Craddick, a Republican member of that state panel misleadingly named the Texas Railroad Commission, has railed against federal intervention in the industry, which she says is best regulated by those closest to it on the ground.
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