July 23rd, 2002 – 8:26 pm
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“While Congress is putting the spotlight on business practices in response to a spate of corporate malfeasance that has shaken the markets and shrunk the retirement accounts of constituents, both parties continue to rely on the corporate sector as a steady font of campaign cash — even as they jockey for supremacy on the subject of who is going to reform Wall Street.”

U.S. lawmakers are currently all talking a lot about reforming things, but, as this article points out, they are at the same time taking large amounts of cash from pretty much anyone who will give it. Maybe they think that this will all blow over, or that no one will notice when they pass some ineffectual set of new laws that do little or nothing to curb corporate greed and corruption.

Read the article here [registration required].

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