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September 18, 2008

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Ivanv

Now John says he meant he would request Cox's resignation.

Cox has well stood up to John, saying his commission has worked well during these days. Also, it's been widely published that Cox is leaving at the end of Bush's term, so he won't be there even if (president) JM tried to fire him.

Thomas

Steve Bainbridge, a UCLA SEC and corporate law expert, explains what reporters can't be bothered to learn over at his site.

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