By Rich Heidorn Jr. and Suzanne Herel WASHINGTON -- A newly formed advocacy group on Friday filed its intent to acquire the district assets of Pepco Holdings Inc. and transform it into a not-for-profit utility that it said will generate about $1 billion in savings over the next 20 years.
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