Superstorm Sandy Disrupts Life For Weeks To Come

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Jason Goldberg, founder, Fab.com
John Waggoner, money columnist and reporter, USA Today
Brandy Ross, housekeeper, Revel Casino
David Cisneros, journeyman lineman, Par Electric
Adam Frank, professor, University of Rochester

The remnants of Hurricane Sandy continue to push north toward Canada, leaving behind flooding and destruction. Millions of people remain without electricity across more than 15 states, thousands are in shelters and it may be days before power and public transportation systems are restored.

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