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This week, President Bush moved to freeze the U.S. assets of any person or group tied to Osama Bin Laden and his terrorist organization. Diane and her guests discuss how this will be carried out, and other ways the U.S. is planning to fight terrorism through financial networks.
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- David Aufhauser general counsel for the U.S. Treasury Department
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