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I'm Robert -- here's your Fox Business -- the US Supreme Court striking down part of an anti fraud law that was passed following the Enron.
In other corporate scandals.
The justices saying the 2002 law violates the constitution's separation of powers mandate.
The court's ruling could put pressure on congress to revisit the sarbanes Oxley corporate reform law.
Meanwhile congress paying tribute to West Virginia senator Robert Byrd who passed away this morning at the age of 92.
The late senator was taken at a hospital over the weekend with severe dehydration and heat exhaustion.
The democrats' majority in the senate is not expected to be affected.
Passing financial reform may prove to be a challenge -- -- vote.
But she did his democratic governor is expected to -- another Democrat to replace Byrd.
And markets in positive territory as we head into the afternoon trading following a negative start to the day investors reacting to a slight gain in -- consumer spending report.
-- consumers are still cautious when it comes to spending.
Check out the -- of 33 points S&P and NASDAQ also with -- green arrows.
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