Washington (July 12, 2002) --With frequent allusions to "morally challenged executives," Arizona Senator John McCain proposed a series of stringent proposals to help curb the recent spate of corporate accounting fraud.

In a speech at the National Press Club Thursday, McCain rallied for a ban on accounting firms selling any consulting services to their audit clients, and a new law that proposed separating investment banking from the research and investment services.

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