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Ex-Sen. Kerrey Joins Sept. 11 Commission

Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of Nebraska was appointed to the commission studying the Sept. 11 attacks on Tuesday, less than six months before the bipartisan panel is to submit its report. Kerrey, a Democrat who served as vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, will replace former Sen. Max Cleland, D-Ga., who must leave the commission in order to accept appointment as a director of the Export-Import Bank. As the Senate Banking Committee held a confirmation hearing for Cleland, Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D., announced his choice of Kerrey. “This is the most important commission Congress has created in my time in public office,” Daschle said. With that in mind, he said, Kerrey was the right choice to “aggressively pursue the facts wherever they may lead.” Full Story

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