Michael Horowitz: Inspectors general are fighting back against the latest legal blow

A recent decision from the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel says inspectors general must get permission from their agencies before gaining access to certain documents like grand jury, wiretap and credit information. The inspector general community says it's another attack against the independent oversight at the center of their responsibilities. The Senate Judiciary Committee largely agrees. Michael Horowitz is the inspector general at the Justice Department and director of the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency. He's leading the charge against the OLC's latest decision and tells In Depth with Francis Rose why it would make his job more difficult. Read a related story.