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Bush to Give Sept. 11 Panel Full Access

President Bush will privately answer all questions raised by a federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, the White House said Tuesday, apparently dropping a one-hour limit on the president’s testimony. The shift came on the heels of accusations by presumed Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry that Bush was “stonewalling” investigations of the terrorist attacks and U.S. intelligence failures. “It appears he doesn’t want to let the facts get in the way of his campaign,” presidential spokesman Scott McClellan said of Kerry. It was the administration’s second change of heart about the commission. Bush originally had opposed the panel’s request for a two-month extension of its work but he eventually relented. Full Story

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