Congress and Corporations

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NPR's Allison Aubrey reports that the House and Senate now have to reconcile two different versions of corporate accounting reform legislation. The two sides of Congress disagree on some points in their proposals: the House pursues investor protection, while the Senate wants to strengthen the SEC's power to enforce the reforms. Both sides agree on the urgency of a resolution.

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