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September 11 / Commission Report / Congress #760523

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 22, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Joe Jones) Congress & the final report from the commission investigating the attacks on September 11 outlined; details given of the impediments to change in Congress. [9/11 commission member James THOMPSON - says the American people will react to the political responsibility for failure.] [Senators John McCAIN, Joseph LIEBERMAN, Charles SCHUMER - call for action on the recommendations.] [Representative Tom DeLAY - lists examples of eight years of terrorism against the US.] [Speaker of the House Dennis HASTERT††- says we won't rush.] The call by some for a special session to look into the recommendations noted & whether Congress will actually deal with the suggestions in an election year discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Jones, Joe

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