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Commission Grades Government on 9/11 Reforms

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The 9/11 Commission’s final report grades the government on the status of its recommendations to improve intelligence and anti-terrorism preparedness with the marks ranging from one A- to five F’s. Two of those failing grades could change, the commission said, if pending legislation passes. The only A was given for spending money. The three unqualified F grades were awarded for airline screening procedures, failure to declassify the overall intelligence budget, and the handling of detainees. The overall gradepoint: 1.77 (12/8/05)

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