CLICK TO READ: Democrats: Probe Can't Be Rushed by Walter Pincus, Washington Post
Panel to Begin 'Phase Two' of Inquiry Into Prewar Data
"Yesterday, Democrats held a news conference to emphasize their position that the inquiry will require time and careful attention. They warned Republicans against trying to rush through the most controversial portion of the review: the comparison of the public statements made by administration and congressional officials about the prewar intelligence known at the time."
"Among other things, Democrats said they do not believe they have all the intelligence the White House had when it made its statements. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) noted that 'a number of the documents and interviews we need to do the work have been refused by the administration.'"