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November 17, 2003

Spitzer on Bush's Regulation Failures

Read this op-ed by New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer, whose office is essentially what passes for real regulation of corporate crime given the Bush administration's abdication.

With two decisions in the last two weeks, the Bush administration has sent its clearest message yet that it values corporate interests over the interests of average Americans. In the Securities and Exchange Commission's settlement with Putnam Investments, the public comes away short-changed. In the Environmental Protection Agency's decision to forgo enforcement of the Clean Air Act, the public comes away completely empty-handed.
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Posted by Nathan at November 17, 2003 02:51 AM