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The 1996 bill that prompted the crisis also included plans to regionalize the state power grid, but that part of the deregulation effort was abandoned in the wake of the blackouts and inflated energy costs.
The Board of Regents for Higher Education is set to vote Thursday on moving forward with plans to regionalize leadership of the state’s community college system, while postponing until 2023 plans to merge the colleges into a single statewide unit.
Democrats in these states are now relishing the opportunity to play the party of low taxes on suburban, single-digit millionaires — while also seizing the chance to regionalize national political dynamics that favor Team Blue.
The push to regionalize the electric grid, first proposed as part of the unsuccessful 1990s deregulation effort and withdrawn as recently as last year, was inserted into existing legislation late Friday.
By mid-June, the group reached consensus on the last big points, according to Billig: how to regionalize school-worker pay, and details on the changes to tax levies.
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