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Significance of Iraqi Arms Data Disputed

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Former U.N. weapons inspector David Kay's report on the search for banned Iraqi arms is receiving varying interpretations. Pointing to Kay's findings that Iraq intended to build chemical and biological weapons, President Bush finds support for claims that Saddam Hussein was a danger to the world. But congressional Democrats stress that no weapons have been found so far. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook and NPR's Don Gonyea.

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