Washington (Sept. 17, 2004) – Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Anna Eshoo, both California Democrats, sent a letter to President Bush urging him to support passage of H.R. 3574, the Stock Option Reform Act.

In their letter, the lawmakers appealed to the president’s oft-stated vision for an “ownership society,” and claimed that expensing stock options “directly threatens rank-and-file worker opportunities.”

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