Compromise Seen on Intel Bill A powerful congressional chairman announces he is dropping his opposition to the White House-backed intelligence reform bill. A vote on a legislative compromise could come Tuesday in the House of Representatives, even though another key chairman remains opposed. Hear NPR's David Welna.
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House Close to Vote on Intelligence Bill

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House Close to Vote on Intelligence Bill

House Close to Vote on Intelligence Bill

House Close to Vote on Intelligence Bill

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A powerful congressional chairman announces he is dropping his opposition to the White House-backed intelligence reform bill. A vote on a legislative compromise could come Tuesday in the House of Representatives, even though another key chairman remains opposed. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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