Intel Reform Bill, Take Two President Bush is still pushing Congress to pass legislation to reform the nation's intelligence agencies. But last month, House Republicans refused to send the bill to the floor for a vote, citing Pentagon objections. What happens now? Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and NPR's David Welna.
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Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Action

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Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Action

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Intelligence Reform Bill Awaits Action

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President Bush is still pushing Congress to pass legislation to reform the nation's intelligence agencies. But last month, House Republicans refused to send the bill to the floor for a vote, citing Pentagon objections. What happens now? Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and NPR's David Welna.