Jan. 3 — Texas deregulated most of its electricity market in 2002 in a push to create a competitive market for power generators and give customers lower electricity prices. But the benefits of deregulation are debated, and one study released last year by the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power, a non-profit advocacy group, found that average electricity prices in regulated areas were lower.
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