Politico reports public access to the Senate report into the CIA’s detention and interrogation policies will have to wait a little longer it appears. Senate Intelligence Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has notified Attorney General Eric Holder that it would be inappropriate to release portions of the summary of the panel’s report under a Freedom of Information Act request while declassification negotiations continue between the committee and the White House. Both Feinstein and the Obama administration had suggested that the 500-page summary of the report on the Bush-era CIA interrogation techniques could be released publicly sometime in August. But committee Democrats have battled against the administration’s extensive redactions, delaying the report’s release. The report is expected to include new details on the use of secret prisons overseas and waterboarding of enemy combatants.