Texas attorney general sues electricity provider after customers report exorbitant utility bills amid winter crisis

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Monday that he is preparing a lawsuit against a prominent electrical provider in the Lone Star State after customers reported exorbitant utility bills following rampant power outages and a water crisis.

Paxton has his eyes on Griddy, a power company that charges patrons $10 a month for wholesale utility prices. The attorney general accused the corporation of misleading Texans after leaders in the state cut off the company’s access to the electrical grid, following reports of massive bills reaching thousands of dollars for one month of service.

“Griddy misled Texans and signed them up for services which, in a time of
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