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Senator boosts shale (video)

Portman pays visit to Youngstown steel mill

January 12, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — The future of the shale industry was the primary focus during a U.S. senator’s visit to the Mahoning Valley. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, discussed the future of the U.....

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DefeatSBB5

Jan-13-13 4:46 PM

And you didn't?

I'm not sure I even get yer point.

All those unsuspecting taxpayers were what?

Under the impression I was volunteering my service? That I took a vow of poverty?

That I gave up my right to an opinion?

What?

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mrright

Jan-12-13 10:45 PM

DefeatSB5--I see your still fighting the same mental illness. You made your money off the backs of the unsuspecting taxpayer's.

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Zenieth

Jan-12-13 8:10 PM

Good luck with filling that many openings. I hear prospected employers can't fill what opening they have now. The problem is : applicants can't pass the drug screen ........ SAD ......

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neversummer

Jan-12-13 5:09 PM

"They say in the next five years here, we should have 200,000 new jobs," Portman said.

Can we get that in writing? Maybe hold you to it somehow?

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Daniel

Jan-12-13 4:58 PM

I am so glad he is here fighting for RG Steel. Darn it! wrong article. Forgot, he is here fighting for the oil giants. SURPRISE!

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DefeatSBB5

Jan-12-13 3:39 PM

The Trumbull County Republican Cheerleaders, all 6 of them, are out in full force defending one of their own.

Is anyone surprised?

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joeisback

Jan-12-13 10:10 AM

Hey...lay off the Proud dude...he's probably got the munchies...

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Dumocrate

Jan-12-13 9:43 AM

WarrenProud, What is your solution to solving the economic woes of the Valley? A workforce that is unskilled to do much in the 21st century. Take a look around you, once all the Delphi retirees die off, it's over for this area. You better embrace shale, nothing else will be on the radar for this place

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PantherProud

Jan-12-13 8:55 AM

WarrenProud, you clearly couldn't get a shale job...or any other. The drugs have gone to your lazy butt.

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david1

Jan-12-13 8:38 AM

Proud, your a turd. Nobody cares who you like. I would bet you are on some form of welfare.

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touchdown

Jan-12-13 7:53 AM

"Not my kind of candidate." Read: Wrong color.

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WarrenProud

Jan-12-13 7:24 AM

Who is this man? He has shown his disdain for the Ohio middle class and our seniors over and over again with his senate votes. He's anti-choice, pro-gun, and now wants to destroy our environment with Fracking. Not my kind of candidate.

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notpc4sure

Jan-12-13 5:47 AM

Ohio's Sen. Portman has vast worldwide experience and also this country's Director of the office of Budget and Management. He understand business and budgets.

He would make a excellent President but he is not a character assasin, he's a real gentlemen.s

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