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9/11 Panel Seeks New Life With Private Donations

The leaders of the Sept. 11 commission said Thursday that they were seeking private, charitable donations and intended to open a small office in Washington that would continue the commission’s work when its government money runs out at the end of next month.The move would provide the commission’s 10 members with logistical support to continue to lobby for their recommendations for an overhaul of the way the nation collects and shares intelligence, including the creation of the post of a cabinet-level national intelligence director. That idea received a lift on Thursday when the two top-ranking members of a Senate committee that will hold hearings on the commission’s recommendations said they liked the proposal for an overall intelligence chief.Full Story

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