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GOP's Cox should keep quiet about hydrofracking

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It’s alarming that Ed Cox, the Republican state chairman, is a honcho with one of the biggest hydrofracking companies in the business — he’s on the board of directors of Noble Energy, for which he was paid upwards of a quarter-million dollars last year, and he and his wife hold $4.25 million of the company’s stock. What’s even worse is that he’s used his bully pulpit to badmouth Gov. Andrew Cuomo for dithering over whether ...

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