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Corporate Reform / Senate Bill / Cheney & Halliburton #705084

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 10, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The Senate corporate reform bill featured; details given of the tenets of the proposed legislation to deal with corporate crime. [Representative Dick ARMEY - criticizes Senate majority leader Tom Daschle for politicizing the issue.] The announcement by Judicial Watch of a lawsuit against Vice President Dick Cheney†† for his role as the CEO of the Halliburton Corp., which is under investigation by the SEC for its accounting procedures, noted. [Judicial Watch Larry KLAYMAN†- says we will show Cheney broke the law.] Speculation that the Democrats will call for a special counsel investigation of Halliburton noted. The push for final passage of the Senate reform bill discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Karl, Jonathan

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