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February 16, 2007 3:00 AM

Sens. Rockefeller, Bond working to restore collegiality, 2/16/07

Its still early in the 110th Congress, but the leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee recently the site of some of the most partisan divisiveness of a remarkably partisan era seem intent on restoring the panels reputation as a place of nonpartisan collegiality. Democratic Chairman Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia and Vice Chairman Christopher Kit Bond of Missouri, who succeeded Kansan Pat Roberts as the committees top Republican, pledged early on to work together with an emphasis on forward-looking oversight.

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