In a letter last week and in a committee meeting Monday, Texas lawmakers from both the House and Senate have asked the Public Utility Commission, which regulates the state’s electricity market, to hold off on its planned electricity market redesign until the Legislature can evaluate it. After the power grid crisis during the February 2021 winter storm that left millions of Texans in the dark during dayslong power outages and caused hundreds of deaths, the Texas Legislature ordered the PUC to make several major changes, including requiring power plants to better prepare for very cold conditions and implementing a “reliability standard” for the state’s electricity market.
Need another sign that CBD has solidly entered the mainstream? San Antonio's ultra-fancy Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa has introduced a CBD-infused treatment menu at its Windflower Spa. The new services — which include facials, massages, body wraps and more — incorporate Vital Body Therapeutics CBD products, according to an announcement from the resort.
Young folks are pouring out the alcohol and stocking up on edibles, a new study suggests. From 2000 to 2020, cannabis use by U.S. adolescents has jumped 245%, while alcohol use has steadily dwindled over the same period, Neuroscience News reports on the study published in the peer-reviewed journal Clinical Toxicology. The study's findings are based on data about intentional misuse and abuse among children ages 6 to 18 reported to the National Poison Data System.
San Antonio surely likes to include tamales in their holiday festivities but the Southside of SA definitely has a special
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Honoring Family Legacies and Latino Traditions When attorney Maria Chavarria purchased the property at 2809 W Southcross decades ago, she
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The City of San Antonio’s World Heritage Office will host its 6th Annual Holiday Market this Saturday, November 19 from 9
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