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'All we had were leaks,' said Representative Edward Markey, a member of the Energy and Commerce Committee who was kept largely in the dark while the bill was crafted. 'It was disrespectful of the Democrats.'
"All we had were leaks," said Representative Edward Markey, a member of the Energy and Commerce Committee who was kept largely in the dark while the bill was crafted. "It was disrespectful of the Democrats." (Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick) Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick
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Energy bill a special-interests triumph

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / October 4, 2004

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Second of three parts WASHINGTON -- Robert Congel has grand plans and a heady vision for his upstate New York shopping complex. Billed as the biggest mall in the world, the yet-to-be-built DestiNY USA would be filled with 400 retailers, thousands of hotel rooms, a 65-acre glass-enclosed indoor park, a rock- and ice-climbing wall, and a theater suitable for Broadway ... (Full Article: 4447 Words)

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