WASHINGTON-Treasury Department General Counsel David Aufhauser submitted his resignation to the president Sept. 2. “It is with both pride and regret that I respectfully submit my resignation as General Counsel of the Department of the Treasury effective September 30, 2003,” Aufhauser wrote. “Pride because it has been a privilege and an honor to serve in an Administration governed by principle, clarity and unquestioned purpose. Regret in that I cannot imagine working with a finer group of people than my friends at Treasury and the many colleagues throughout the government that banded together to marshal your campaign against the financing of terror.” “David Aufhauser has served our nation with superb leadership and vision during a time of great challenge. As Chairman of the National Security Council’s Policy Coordinating Committee on Terrorist Financing, he has helped direct the U.S. government’s efforts to halt the flow of money that funds terror.Under David’s leadership, new alliances have been forged internationally to fight the financing of terror and more than 80 nations have implemented laws that will help keep money out of the hands of terrorists,” Treasury Secretary John Snow said in a statement.

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