Jan. 16 — The $1.5-trillion tax overhaul hadn’t been completed when Oncor’s rate negotiation with the regulator was settled. And the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the agency that regulates the operations of electricity-distribution companies like Oncor, made sure to cover the possibility of a tax cut.
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