Iraq Weapons Report Sparks Debates

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The Duelfer Report on the search for WMD in Iraq has generated partisan reactions and debate on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers are considering reforms of the intelligence services. On the Senate floor, Senators Ted Stevens (R-AK) and Richard Durbin (D-IL) engaged in a spirited debate. Also today, the Senate is expected to vote on legislation to reform intelligence gathering as called for by the 9-11 Commission. NPR's David Welna reports.

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