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Leaders Say Senate Can Act on 9/11 Bills Soon

Senate leaders promised Wednesday that they would act within days to reorganize the way the Senate provides oversight on intelligence and domestic security, a response to criticism by the Sept. 11 commission that Congressional oversight was dysfunctional. The majority leader, Senator Bill Frist, Republican of Tennessee, said the Senate would agree on “reform” of intelligence oversight before lawmakers left for a recess scheduled to begin Oct. 8. Dr. Frist promised that the Senate would meet the same deadline to pass a sweeping bill to enact other recommendations of the commission, including establishing the post of national intelligence director.Full Story

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