When grocery story lost power it let shoppers take their food without paying

 NY Times:

Texans Needed Food and Comfort After a Brutal Storm. As Usual, They Found It at H-E-B.

As state government flounders, has a beloved grocery store chain become “the moral center of Texas”?

I am a regular HEB customer, but the story I heard was that when the electricity failed it shut down the checkers' ability to tally the purchases so the customers were allowed to take the food anyway.  What floundered was the green new deal windmills and solar panels and the Biden administration's not allowing exceptions to pollution regulations to allow other systems to pick up the slack.  I think a little global warming at that point would have been helpful.

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