Friday, August 01, 2003
This week, President Bush defended the decision to classify 28 pages in the Congressional report on 9/11, despite requests from several members of Congress to release the deleted portion. This follows efforts in the past few weeks from Democrats in Congress to begin demanding more information from the notoriously secretive administration. Scott Armstrong is founder of the National Security Archive. He tells Brooke Congress should already have access to the information that was requested.