Thursday, July 17, 2008

House Approves 2009 Intelligence Bill Despite Veto Threat

Steven Aftergood writes on Secrecy News:

The House of Representatives yesterday overwhelmingly approved its version of the Fiscal Year 2009 intelligence authorization act, including new requirements that the executive branch provide more complete briefings for all members of the intelligence oversight committees.

The White House threatened a veto if that and other provisions were enacted.

More here.


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