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Pentagon Caution on 9/11 Panel's Intelligence Changes

Senior Pentagon officials joined with prominent House Republicans on Wednesday in cautioning against a hasty move toward overhauling the nation’s intelligence agencies in response to the Sept. 11 commission, which called in its final report for the appointment of a national intelligence director to oversee the work of spy agencies within the Defense Department. The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Representative Duncan Hunter, Republican of California, was among the lawmakers, including some Democrats, who expressed concern that the findings of the bipartisan commission might produce a politically motivated “rush to judgment” that would harm the military. Full Story

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