May 2003
New Republic;5/12/2003, Vol. 228 Issue 18, p8
Presents news briefs related to United States politics and government as of May 12, 2003. Charges made by Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean against fellow Democratic candidate Dick Gephardt that Gephardt supports the taxation proposals made by President George W. Bush; Diversion of highly-trained Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agents to act as personal security guards, chauffeurs and personal assistants to EPA head Christie Todd Whitman; Call for scrutiny of attorneys who may have aided in the corruption scandals involving Wall Street securities firms, including those who worked for Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and Bear Stearns; Others.


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