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Lawmakers: Declassify Portions of Sept. 11 Report

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Lawmakers: Declassify Portions of Sept. 11 Report

Lawmakers: Declassify Portions of Sept. 11 Report

Lawmakers: Declassify Portions of Sept. 11 Report

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A bipartisan effort is underway in the Senate to overrule President Bush and declassify portions of a congressional report that suggest a possible Saudi link to the Sept. 11 attacks. Leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee plan to review the 28 pages with the CIA and FBI. And Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) circulates a letter urging Bush to release the information. Hear NPR's David Welna.