Bush Adopts Findings of Silberman-Robb Panel

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President Bush accepts nearly all of the dozens of recommendations made by the commission on weapons of mass destruction. The panel, headed by Republican Judge Laurence Silberman and former Democratic Sen. Charles Robb, spent a year reviewing the nation's 15 intelligence agencies. In March, its report found the government was "dead wrong" in most pre-war judgments on Iraq's weaponry. Mary Louise Kelly reports.



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