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License Loopholes Spurred Opposition to Intel Reform

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License Loopholes Spurred Opposition to Intel Reform

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License Loopholes Spurred Opposition to Intel Reform

License Loopholes Spurred Opposition to Intel Reform

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Congress was just about to pass an intelligence reform bill when two Congressmen decided the law had problems. One of those lawmakers, Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), has been criticized by his colleagues for obstructionism. Sensenbrenner talks about why he thought loopholes in driver's license regulations were enough to kill the bill. Hear Sensenbrenner and NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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