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Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Bush Signature

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Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Bush Signature

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Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Bush Signature

Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Bush Signature

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Sens. Joe Lieberman (D-CT), right, and Susan Collins (R-ME), co-sponsors of the Intelligence Reform Act. hide caption

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Congress passes the intelligence reform bill after a weeks-long delay in the House that threatened to kill the bill. With much attention focused on the politics behind the bill's passage, NPR's Renee Montagne talks with Sept. 11 commissioner Philip Zelikow about its substance.

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