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Ex-Prosecutor Mary Jo White Nominated To Head SEC

Jan 25, 2013 (Morning Edition) — President Obama has tapped a former U.S. attorney to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission. The president says he wants a tough new cop on the financial beat. Mary Jo White would be the first former prosecutor to chair the SEC.

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