Congressional Sources: Cox Will Sail Through
Traders Magazine, August 2005
(Traders Magazine, August 2005) -- Democrats, already gearing up for the possible battle over the new U.S. Supreme Court nominee, are prepared to let the nomination of the next Securities and Exchange Commission chairman sail through Congress with little debate. That's what various congressional lobbyists, who didn't want to be quoted by name, told Traders Magazine about the nomination of Congressman Christopher Cox. He was named by the Bush administration to succeed William Donaldson, a controversial SEC chairman appointed by President Bush. Donaldson often voted with the two Democrats on the commission.
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