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Eggs and politics

Chamber hosts legislative breakfast

April 20, 2013

LAKEWOOD — A cup of coffee, some eggs and bacon— and a discussion on politics....

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Captain

Apr-20-13 6:07 PM

This is the part that caught my eye:

"...NRG typically gets a guaranteed investment return on capital investments. However, it only gets a pass-through cost on energy, so it's able to over-bill and make more money."

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joew

Apr-20-13 1:31 PM

Dcronig-how is you were not present to ask the really "tough questions"?

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commentor

Apr-20-13 11:09 AM

I think a step in the right direction would be to get rid of Sheldon Silver. As for our illustrious Governor.....we can hope he doesn't get re-elected. Wasn't my choice.

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PhilJulian

Apr-20-13 8:57 AM

Goodell still makes alot of sense to me. How can they justify a 2% spending increase in a state that is dying from over-spending? How did we get to the point where government can dictate minimum wages in the private sector? New York State is rotten to the core and not likely to change in our lifetime.

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Dcronlg

Apr-20-13 7:59 AM

Pablum answers to softball questions...who knew D'Angostino was such a tough, hard-charging journalist, ready to hold those in power accountable?

What are sugar futures trading for in West Virginia these days?

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commentor

Apr-20-13 7:18 AM

"Eggs and Politics"....They can both be rotten?????

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