Enron Questions on Capitol Hill When Congress returns to work later this month, several committees expect to call current and former officials of the bankrupt Enron Corporation on the carpet -- not once, but again and again. And some of the questions being asked may also be uncomfortable for some members of those same committees. NPR's Peter Overby reports.
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Enron Questions on Capitol Hill

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When Congress returns to work later this month, several committees expect to call current and former officials of the bankrupt Enron Corporation on the carpet — not once, but again and again. And some of the questions being asked may also be uncomfortable for some members of those same committees. NPR's Peter Overby reports.