REPORT: List of 101 utility companies cut rates, credit GOP tax cuts

As the most dependable and balanced news aggregation service on the web, DML News offers the following information released by WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM: The number of electrical, gas and water energies cutting customer

charges due to the recently passed Republican tax cuts has passed 100, and the overall cost savings has to do with $3 billion.According to

Americans for Tax Reform, the number has actually reached 101 with the majority of energies either cutting expenses or not passing on the costs of expanding their operations."When Democrats threaten to raise taxes if they return into power they are threatening to raise your utility costs-- month after month," said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.The article

keeps in mind that President Trump's tax cut slashed the business rate from 35 percent to 21 percent, and goes on to state the following:

His group has been tabulating the financial payoff of the tax cuts, first by charting the numerous business paying higher earnings or rewards, and now counting the advantages to utility customers.The list includes declarations from numerous of the utilities and the basic overall for the cuts is over$2.8 billion. Numerous millions more of included utility expenses will not be passed on to consumers, and the statements likewise consisted of specific dollar cuts to costs.

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