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This week on Decision Makers Bray Cary sits down with residents of Oceana to discuss the documentary Oxyana and the harsh light it is shining on that community.

Larry Mathis, Wyoming County Commissioner, claims the documentary is exaggerated and doesn't show the other side of Oceana's story. 

Former addict Keagan Cantley speaks about her struggle with drugs.  She describes how she became addicted and how she fought her way to recovery.

Jacque Bland, with Chesapeake Energy, talks about being selected for the State Journal's Generation Next 40 Under 40 and her work in the energy field.

Brian Jarvis joins Bray to talk about being selected for the State Journal's Generation Next 40 Under 40.

Jim Haney, First Energy Vice President for Compliance and Regulated Services, stops by to talk about the Harrison Power Plant transfer.