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May 23, 2007 Blog
Changes Spurred Buying, Abuses

Robert O'Harrow Jr. and Scott Higham, Washington Post - May 23, 2007

May 22, 2007 Press Release
"'Strong evidence indicates that the Bush Administration abused a loophole provided by the prior Republican Congress permitting the indefinite appointment of interim U.S. Attorneys without Senate confirmation. This legislation, which now goes to the President's desk, restores Constitutional checks and balances in the appointment process of interim U.S. Attorneys. It is a small but necessary step toward restoring confidence and independence in the administration of justice."
May 22, 2007 Speech
"'Welcome to the National Summit on America's Children. Today is an historic day in which national experts and scientists are gathered to discuss our nation's most vital resource - our children."
May 22, 2007 Press Release
"'American consumers must not be at the mercy of foreign oil cartels that conspire to fix prices and allocate production. These state-controlled entities and cartels, which control more than two-thirds of crude oil traded internationally, avoid accountability by claiming immunity from the antitrust laws. The NOPEC bill provides a critical tool by authorizing the Justice Department to pursue antitrust actions in U.S. federal court against cartel members."
May 22, 2007 Blog
The Select Energy Independence and Global Warming Committee is currently holding a hearing: "The Economic Impact of Global Warming."

May 22, 2007 Blog
The House has just debated the Preserving United States Attorney Independence Act of 2007, which has already passed the Senate and would revoke the power of the President to ap
May 22, 2007 Blog
MarketWatch covered the bill earlier this month when it was approved by the Judiciary Committee:

Spyware bill gains momentum