9-11 Commission: Congress Reforming Itself

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As Congress plans intelligence reform, the most difficult changes could come within Congress itself; the 9-11 Commission report calls its oversight dysfunctional. In our series on the panel's recommendations, we discuss congressional reform.


Tim Roemer, 9-11 commissioner. Former Democratic congressman from Indiana. President of the Center for National Policy.

SEN. HARRY REID, Democrat from Nevada. Co-chair of Senate 9-11 Working Group.

Sen. Mitch McConnell, Republican from Kentucky. Co-chair of Senate 9/11 Working Group.

Paul Light, senior fellow, Brookings Institution. Professor of Public Service at New York University.



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