Opinion Line

October 6, 2012 12:00 AM

Opinion Line (Oct. 6)

What a boon for businesses – “revenue normalization adjustment,” or guaranteed profit. If it’s good enough for Kansas Gas Service, why not for Walmart, Dillons, McDonald’s and on and on? Is that what Republicans call “free” enterprise? Where’s the “revenue normalization adjustment” for the everyday citizen?

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