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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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