The Railroad Commission of Texas has a new leader.
The state’s oil and gas regulator, which has three commissioners, elected Christi Craddick, a Republican, as its chairman Tuesday. She replaced Barry Smitherman, who will be leaving the commission after choosing not to run for reelection.
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