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Senate backs electoral reform  Bill includes upgrading voting equipment and sets national standards for voting procedures Senat debates Iraq war fears
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Greenspan upbeat on US recovery  Chairman of the US central bank, has told the Senate Finance Committee that the US economic recovery is well under way Congress approves campaign cash curbs
  Enron's Lay refused to testify


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  
  The Senate investigations is in disarray after the former CEO would not appear due to a prosecutorial climate


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
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Mar.20  
  Senate has given the final approval to a bill limiting the funding of political campaigns


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July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.31  
  The Foreign Relations Committee is examining the possible danger Baghdad poses to US troops and war plans
  Defector: Iraq could have nukes by 2005  Senators opened hearings on a possible U.S. attack on Iraq with testimony from a former Iraqi nuclear engineer

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.17   Lott denies racism
  Senate Republican Leader was appearing on BET, denounced his comments about the 1948 segregationist campaign Dec.20   Lott stepping down as majority leader
  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader
Dec.21   Frist has votes to succeed Lott  Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, a heart surgeon and second-term lawmaker should be elected as the new Senate GOP leader Dec.23   Frist elected Senate leader
  Republican Senators have elected a former heart transplant surgeon to be their new leader





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