News Sweep: June 28 by Heidi N. Moore @FortuneMagazine June 28, 2010, 8:31 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons By Heidi N. Moore, contributor Uncertainty: The Washington Post says that the death of Sen. Robert Byrd, 92, will further complicate the already byzantine road to financial reform. Related: The American Prospect says nothing, not even Byrd’s death, will stop the course of financial reform. Related: At Harvard Business Review, Justin Fox reviews the ideas of financial reform versus its ideals. Aflac: The insurer ducked disaster by dumping all of its holdings in the sovereign debt of Greece at a loss of $67 million before it fell into deeper water. That’s no financial quackery. Municipal bankruptcies: This American Life comes out with the first of a two-part series. Hat tip to Paul Kedrosky. The G-20: PIMCO’s Mohamed El-Erian purses his lips in displeasure. Related: Neither is Sebastian Mallaby impressed, over at the Council on Foreign Relations. Sarbanes-Oxley: The Supreme Court decided that the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, or PCAOBO, is unconstitutional. But, as Roger Parloff writes for Fortune, Sarbanes-Oxley itself remains in rude health. Tesla Motors: Its IPO comes closer. Investors say “squee!” –Heidi Moore is Sweeping the Street for the next two weeks while Colin Barr is on Vacation.