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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Money and politics in the Enron story examined. [American University professor James THURBER - says Enron spent millions in lobbying to keep Congress from looking into their activities; says Wendy Gramm, a Congressman's wife, was hired by Enron after the energy board backed Enron.] ["The Hotline" executive publisher Craig CRAWFORD - indicates companies often write the legislation; explains how the Enron lobby was spent; predicts there will not be real campaign finance reform because the flow of money in Washington will not be stopped.]
- Brown, Aaron
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