A hotly divided Texas Supreme Court decided Friday that the Texas Constitution prevents them from deciding – at least not at this time – whether ERCOT is a governmental body that has sovereign immunity and is thus protected from lawsuits. But four justices, including Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, disagree: “The answer to the immunity issue in this case has become perhaps more important to the public than even to the parties. The parties want to know. The public wants to know. The court refuses to answer . . .
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