Boxer's Bout with Rice Draws Notice

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Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) had tough questions for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during confirmation hearings for the post. She says she will continue to speak out when she believes something is wrong.

Correction Jan. 30, 2005

The introduction to the story should have said that 12 Senate Democrats and Senate Independent James Jeffords voted against confirming Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State.



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