El Paso Texas

The more El Pasoans learned about the extreme costs associated with an out-of-state, activist-driven charter amendment designed to ban consumers from having energy choice, the more they rebelled at the extreme taxes and lost economic opportunities that would occur if it passed.

“The results show that a vast majority of El Pasoans believe Proposition K was the wrong path to move the city towards a clean energy future,” Consumer Energy Alliance Southwest Executive Director Matthew Gonzales said in a statement.

Read more – Texas Standard