Clinton - Independent Counsel

GUESTS: Michael Weisskopf Senior Political Correspondent, Time magazine Sam Dash Professor, Georgetown University Law Center Chief Counsel, US Senate Watergate Committee Stephen Hess Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution Attorney General Janet Reno has opened a month-long inquiry into illegal fundraising calls President Clinton may have made from the White House. The investigation will determine if Clinton violated laws that prohibit soliciting campaign money on government property. This review could lead to the appointment of an independent counsel. Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the Clinton probe and the process of naming an independent counsel ... on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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