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9-11 Panel Presses Bush on Briefing Notes

The federal commission reviewing the Sept. 11 attacks is pressing the Bush administration to turn over notes taken on classified presidential briefing papers or face a subpoena. Representatives from the 10-member bipartisan panel were negotiating with White House counsel Alberto Gonzales to release the notes. The commission was meeting Tuesday and could vote to subpoena the documents if the talks fail to produce a breakthrough. The material in question is the daily intelligence summary prepared for President Bush by the Central Intelligence Agency and includes a memorandum dated one month before the 2001 attacks that discusses the possibility of airline hijackings by al-Qaida terrorists. Full Story

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