WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan said Friday that Congress should periodically review all government programs, including the consumer protection laws the central bank enforces.

"If a law is sound, it will be repassable after a period of time," Mr. Greenspan told the Senate Banking Committee. "It should not just go on unnoticed."

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