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Bush Shows Congress Plan for Spy Czar

The White House submitted to Congress on Thursday its proposed version of legislation to establish the job of a powerful national intelligence director, calling for the spy czar to have somewhat less power than some lawmakers and members of the independent Sept. 11 commission had hoped. The draft bill, which has been eagerly awaited by members of Congress as they debate a legislative response to the recommendations of the commission, details how the administration wants the national intelligence director to oversee the collection and sharing of intelligence by the Central Intelligence Agency and other agencies.Full Story

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