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9/11 panel meets for the first time

The 10-member commission investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks met formally for the first time Monday, in a closed session, where they agreed to convene public meetings and perhaps hearings, including some in New York city, as soon as practical. “New York was the place where the greatest tragedy happened,” the commission’s chairman, former New Jersey GOP Gov. Thomas H. Kean, told United Press International, “so it makes sense that we would try to hold at least some of our activities there.” The commission met informally Monday with a number of the victims’ relatives, who welcomed the new team. “They seemed very enthusiastic and very optimistic,” said Stephen Push, who represents a coalition of four groups of victims’ families. “They’re a good team with the right attitude,” he told UPI. Full Story

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