Sept. 17 — “It limits the ability of Spanish speakers to get good deals ,” said R.A. Dyer, policy analyst for the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power in Austin, a group of cities that buy electricity in deregulated markets. “It’s absolutely imperative that Spanish language consumers have the same options and the same choices as everyone else.”
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