9-11 Commission Report: A Closer Look at Border Security

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Last month, the 9-11 Commission reported on what needs to be done to protect the country from future terrorist attacks. Now it's up to the president and to Congress to turn those recommendations into action. Join NPR's Neal Conan for the first in our series on the 9-11 Commission's recommendations.


Philip Zelikow, executive director of the 9/11 Commission

Asa Hutchinson, undersecretary for border and transportation security in the Department of Homeland Security

Sen. John cornyn (R-TX), Republican senator from Texas. Member of Senate Judiciary Committee. Sponsor of the Border security and Immigration Reform act of 2003.

Stephen Flynn, author of America the Vulnerable. Senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.



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