Congress Faults Bush Intel Reform Plan

In Capitol Hill hearings on reforms proposed by the 9-11 Commission, lawmakers agree that President Bush's plan to give a new national intelligence director coordinating, not budgetary, power over agencies doesn't go far enough. But commissioners say their top priority is reforming congressional oversight efforts. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook.

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