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Congress Stung by Sept. 11 Report

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Congress Stung by Sept. 11 Report

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Congress Stung by Sept. 11 Report

Congress Stung by Sept. 11 Report

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The stinging criticism of Congress contained in the Sept. 11 Commission report received mixed reviews on Capitol Hill today, where some called for approval of the commission's recommendations but others were non-committal. House Republican leaders said the government was already doing what it should to stop terrorism. NPR's David Welna reports from the Capitol.

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