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Democrats considering a 2004 challenge of President Bush criticized him Monday for his handling of the economy, his tax cut and the transformation of a federal budget surplus into a deficit. But today amid much fanfare, President Bush signed a major corporate reform bill at the White House.

"Today, I sign the most far-reaching reforms of American business practices since the time of Franklin Delano Roosevelt," Bush said at a morning East Room ceremony. "With a tough new law, we will act against those who have shaken confidence in our markets, using the full authority of government to expose corruption, punish wrongdoers and defend the rights and interests of American workers and investors."

And in Miami, a Department of Children & Families caseworker is facing some serious charges after police found her asleep in the middle of the street with a bottle of rum nearby. Her 7-month-old foster child was unhurt but crying in the backseat. How can these cases be prevented?

Plus, the judge in the David Westerfield trial rejected another defense request to sequester the jury but said he still considers it "a possible option." His defense lawyer says he worries that the jury might be affected by the publicity in the Samantha Runnion kidnap-murder case in Orange County. Should the jury be sequestered?

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