Competing Legislation Threatens Intel Reform

The House approves a sweeping new plan for reorganizing U.S. intelligence agencies, adding many provisions not included in the plan approved earlier by the Senate. Negotiators for the two chambers of Congress will must quickly reach a compromise on their versions if the legislation is to survive. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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