The "3P" agency, which touts the value of private-public Partnerships (hence the shorthand) on things like government developed/based/organized construction projects and such, puts out a weekly e-newsletter, "Texas Government Insider."
Well, late last year, it announced that the feds approved Texas' state installment of the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan, part of Climatemonger Joe's plan to build out EV charging stations on critical interstate highways across the nation in federal-state partnerships, then expand beyond that to other highways.
Then, after some silence, it had an update mid-summer.
Including not telling readership that the 80-20 federal-state match will involve ZERO state dollars. That's from TxDOT's own mouth. The story's linked Story about how to apply for state grants (which are replacing direct state dollars) is about an Oct. 13 deadline to apply for grants. (I wrote this piece before then.
Never saw that process mentioned in the initial story. Businesses in smaller counties that are interested might have liked to have known that. I learned that by looking for more info on TxDOT's website about new projects by its Rail Division (and saw no stories); TGI's piece just said "North Texas" without more details.