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Friday, July 23, 2021

FirstEnergy, a powerful Ohio-based utility company, has agreed to pay a $230 million fine for its role in a truly wild corruption scandal.

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FirstEnergy has a history as a real POS company. Just saying...

#1 | Posted by GalaxiePete at 2021-07-23 03:54 PM | Reply

I suppose not all Republicans are crooks, but it seems an awful lot of crooks are Republicans.

#2 | Posted by TFDNihilist at 2021-07-23 07:28 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

They bought the rights to the Browns stadium (it used to be called Cleveland Browns Stadium, now First Energy Stadium)

A utility company... that the public is pretty much forced to pay.

"including then-Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder"whose seat the utility essentially secured"and his aides."

This Householder guy is corrupt from the toes up, and he still got elected. He stank so bad that his colleagues expelled him.
That's hard to do in the GOP.

#3 | Posted by schifferbrains at 2021-07-23 07:45 PM | Reply

Nobody from the company is in jail!!!!

#4 | Posted by Brennnn at 2021-07-23 09:51 PM | Reply

It costs $230 million to stay in the DC old post office.

#5 | Posted by LesWit at 2021-07-24 02:28 AM | Reply

Where are the indictments for the recipients of the bribes? So they pay $230 million because of their bribery but who received the bribes, how much did they get and how long should they serve in prison? And Brennn is right, no one seems to be going to prison....inquiring minds want to know what the f**k?
This seems like a scandal with so many unanswered questions that they think $230 million will answer???

#6 | Posted by danni at 2021-07-24 12:13 PM | Reply

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