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12/06/04.INTELLIGENCE REFORM BILL--House Armed Services Chairman Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., and Senate Armed Services Chairman John W. Warner, R-va., during a news conference announcing their satisfaction with new language in the intelligence reform bill. Hunter is one of the last holdouts on the intelligence bill (S 2845). The new language he endorsed would assure that a director of national intelligence would not interfere with the chain of command in the military -- an issue that has stalled the legislation for more than a month. The House will debate the bill tomorrow, the Senate on Wednesday..CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY PHOTO BY SCOTT J. FERRELL

12/06/04.INTELLIGENCE REFORM BILL--House Armed Services Chairman Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., and Senate Armed Services Chairman John W. Warner, R-va., during a news conference announcing their satisfaction with new language in the intelligence reform bill. Hunter is one of the last holdouts on the intelligence bill (S 2845). The new language he endorsed would assure that a director of national intelligence would not interfere with the chain of command in the military -- an issue that has...
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