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Potential Gonzales Successors Face Tough Congress

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When President Bush names his choice to follow Alberto Gonzales as attorney general, the focus will shift to the confirmation process.

Members of Congress are expected to give the nominee a tough time, demanding assurances that he or she will be more open with Congress and provide more documents and testimony on controversial issues than Gonzales did.

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