Turmoil Over Impeachment Inquiry

NPR's Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg reports on the turmoil building in the House Judiciary Committee's investigation of President Clinton. The inquiry is becoming increasingly partisan as Republicans seek to broaden the scope of the investigation and Democrats threaten to boycott the testimony of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. Meanwhile, Starr's office yesterday released additional material on the investigation of former Associate Attorney General Webster Hubbell and the Judiciary Committee released edited copies of tapes made by Linda Tripp of her conversations with Monica Lewinksy.



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