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Texas doesn't require carbon monoxide alarms, endangering residents during power crisis

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Texas is one of six states that leaves carbon monoxide alarm regulations up to local governments. After the power grid failed, leaving Texans desperate for warmth, at least 11 people died from carbon monoxide poisoning and more than 1,400 were taken to emergency rooms, an NBC News investigation with ProPublica and The Texas Tribune found.