Heck, it's better than nothing, right? 

The Michigan Public Service Commission might, might just be on OUR side! They've approved a $270 million electricity rate cut, mainly because the two companies have saved money because of the federal corporate income tax overhaul.

Wait a second...so you're telling ME...that a company saved money because of a tax cut, and they're passing the savings on to US? SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!

Customers can expect their electricity bills to go down about $2.35 per month for Consumers and $2.46 per month for DTE. Both companies say that bills will be adjusted starting in August.

Enjoy that extra couple-of-bucks, Michiganders! Hey, I'm trying to think positive.