Daily Briefing: Thune Steps Out

Senate Democrats threaten to block Bolton unless classified documents are released. Dodd: "The opportunity to avoid this altogether is in the hands of the administration." [WP, NYT, WT, LAT]

Bush pledges to veto stem-cell bill. Specter: "If a veto threat is going to come from the White House, then the response from the Congress is to override the veto, if we can." [WP, NYT, WT, LAT]

VandeHei: "Republicans have already changed how the business of government gets done, in ways both profound and lasting." Cole: "I think we have used the legislative and executive branch as well as anybody to achieve our policy aims." [WP]

Owen approved by Senate, 55 to 43. [WP, NYT, WT, LAT]

Thune undecided on Bolton, possibly as payback for South Dakota base closing. [NYT]

Pentagon was ready to approve downing of Cessna. [NYT]


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