Washington (June 21, 2004) -- As expected, the Senate approved President Bush's nomination of Alan Greenspan to serve a fifth term as chairman of the Federal Reserve.
The approval late Thursday came on a voice vote, shortly after the Senate Banking Committee endorsed the nomination.
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