Judging Cheney - The Vice President Faces Suit

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For the first time in its history, the General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of the Congress, plans to sue the White House to get information. Is the White House protecting its right to confidential advice, or does it have something to hide? Both sides claim to be acting on principle. But when it comes to Enron's influence on energy policy, the political stakes are enormous. Are Democrats playing politics with Constitutional powers? We speak with Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, Republican Senator Mitch McConnell, Nixon biographer Richard Reeves and former Presidential advisor Stephen Hess about the biggest confrontation of its kind since Watergate.
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Warren Olney