Settlement Reached In Utility Case, Rates For OG&E Customers Could Drop

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFSM) — Parties involved in an ongoing OG&E rate case have reached a $64 million settlement, our sister station KFOR reports. If approved by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, the settlement will result in lower utility bills for customers starting in July. Attorney General Mike Hunter filed motions in December after an overhaul on federal income taxes was signed into law. He said Oklahoma’s five leading utility companies would save $100 million annually and argued consumer rates should be […]
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Settlement Reached In Utility Case, Rates For OG&E Customers Could Drop

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