Washington (March 10, 2003) -- Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., said the financial Accounting Standards Board should not stack the rule-making deck to favor expensing of stock options.

Enzi, who was an accountant before being elected to the Senate, exhorted FASB to conduct its business with a "commitment to due process," and he said the board should not shirk its duty to fairly consider both pro and con arguments about the hot-button issue.

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