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The 9/11 Commission's recommendations would still only be recommendations without action in Congress to pass them into law. But the Commissioners also made recommendations on how Congress should reform itself to be a more effective partner in protecting America while retaining its Constitutional mandate to oversee government activities on behalf of America's citizens. Read more about what Congress has done and must do in the future to fully address the Commission's recommendations.  

 

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6.04.07 GOP Homeland Security Members Raise Turf Issues (portsecuritynews.com) Read Article  

5.30.07 GOP lawmakers say Congress sapping DHS' energy (National Journal) Read Article  

 

1.16.07 Congress isn't willing to change the way it oversees intelligence (Editorial, Spartanburg, SC Herald Journal) Read Article  

 

1.10.07 House majority flexes muscle to pass security, intel bills (CongressDaily) Read Article  

 

1.10.07 House 9/11 Bill May Face Tougher Going in the Senate (Associated Press) Read Article  

 

11.11.06 Democrats Still Face Hurdles In Enacting 9/11 Panel's Ideas (Washington Post) Read Article  

 

11.6.06 Pelosi Visit Targets Key House Conflicts: Democrat Could Become Speaker (Hartford Courant) Read Article  

 

11.2.06 Appropriators Tighten Defense, Security Spending (National Journal) Read Article  

 

 

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