House appropriators to get greater access to intelligence

House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) said in a statement that three appropriators will be allowed to attend Intelligence Committee briefings going forward.

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 “The 9/11 Commission recommended that the congressional authorization and appropriation committees work more closely on intelligence matters. I am looking forward to working closely with Congressmen Calvert, Frelinghuysen and Dicks to eliminate the daylight that existed between our intelligence bills in the past,” said Rogers.