Some members of Congress say the Bush administration is not keeping them adequately informed of plans for a possible military strike on Iraq. But Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld rejects reports of lawmakers' discontent with the quality and quantity of information they're receiving. NPR's David Welna reports.
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