ComputerWorld: Feds, States Could Offer Different Microsoft RemediesApr 13, 2000, 20:16 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Patrick Thibodeau)
"Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson may get more than one remedy proposal from the government because of disagreements between the states and federal officials over a remedy in the Microsoft antitrust case."
"That's according to Joel Klein, the U.S. assistant attorney general, who today offered the U.S. House Judiciary Committee scant insight into the issues surrounding the remedy dispute. Klein told the committee that the view of the states on potential remedies "are not always identical to ours.""
"While the government is hoping to submit a single remedy proposal to Jackson by the court-ordered April 28 deadline, Klein said the states could produce an independent proposal. "One can't guarantee an outcome," said Klein."