The main sticking point: Hunt wants to continue to collect from customers about $250 million a year in taxes that under the new structure would flow to investors instead of the government.

No, said Anderson and Marquez. They’ll include that issue in a formal rate-setting process for Oncor, perhaps next year. And Anderson and Marquez want customers to keep a share of that $250 million.

Keep reading at Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

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