Moderator: Gwen Ifill Market Crisis: Alan Murray of CNBC explores the provisions of the new corporate responsibility legislation and how that might affect the markets. Joan Biskupic of USA Today looks at attempts to bring corporate leaders to justice. Who is responsible when a company fails and will anyone go to jail? And David Sanger of The New York Times takes a look at White House attempts to manage the crisis. And finally, prescription drugs legislation was dealt another blow in the Senate. Ceci Connolly of The Washington Post reports. [26 minutes]
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