Some families of September 11 victims are objecting to Bush-Cheney 2004 ads that use images from the attacks in New York City.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- This week, a new pressure group demonstrated its clout -- and got the White House to change its position.
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Last week, some family members of victims from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks expressed anger over the president's use of 9/11 footage in a campaign ad.
"We're saying, find some other way to run a campaign without stepping on the bodies of our dead," said Rita Lasar, who lost her brother in the terrorist attacks.
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On Monday, the Family Steering Committee issued a statement saying, "This administration has not fully cooperated with the 9/11 commission. ... President Bush opposed the creation of the 9/11 commission and his administration has set up roadblocks that have inhibited the commission's progress.''