GAO delaying Cheney challenge
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Thanks to September 11's terrorist attacks and America's response, a constitutional showdown between Congress and the White House has been, perhaps unfortunately, averted.

The General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of Congress, was threatening to sue Vice President Dick Cheney over his refusal to turn over documents and other information he used to formulate the President's national energy policy. But the GAO has put the battle on hold indefinitely.

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Amid War, GAO Puts Legal Fight With Cheney on Hold (The Washington Post 11/9)

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