Bush Could Order 9-11 Changes President Bush may use his executive powers to unilaterally enact recommendations of the 9-11 Commission, say administration officials. Over the weekend, Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry said he had found several recommendations the president could adopt on his own authority. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.
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Bush May Order Some of 9-11 Panel's Changes

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Bush May Order Some of 9-11 Panel's Changes

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Bush May Order Some of 9-11 Panel's Changes

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President Bush may use his executive powers to unilaterally enact recommendations of the 9-11 Commission, say administration officials. Over the weekend, Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry said he had found several recommendations the president could adopt on his own authority. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.