More than half of the state's congressional representatives are asking for answers in the war against Iraq.
Democrats and some Republicans say they would like an independent investigation into the country's intelligence.
They say they want to review the information the Bush Administration used as a case for war.
The requests come after former chief weapons inspector David Kay told Congress it's likely Saddam Hussein did not have the large stockpiles of weapons the Administration claimed he did.
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