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September 11 / Commission / Intelligence Reform #772134

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 21, 2004
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(White House: Jeannie Ohm) The battle in Congress over the death of the intelligence reform bill recommended by the commission investigating September 11 featured; details given of the blocking of the vote by House Republicans. [9/11 commission members Tim ROEMER†, Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER, Pat ROBERTS†, Representative Curt WELDON - offer views on the legislation & why it did not pass.] [Political analyst Charlie COOK†- says this is an embarrassment for the administration, but it will be forgotten.] [World Trade Center victim's husband Wayne ORLOSKE††- questions the outcome.] [In Santiago, Chile, President BUSH - says he will work with Congress to get the bill passed.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Ohm, Jeannie

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