House Judiciary Committee Meets Today

NPR's Larry Abramson reports that the House Judiciary Committee will take up a Republican resolution today that would begin a formal impeachment inquiry into President Clinton's conduct, based on the recommendations of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. Committee Chairman Henry Hyde said yesterday that he would try to conclude such an inquiry by the end of the calendar year. The Ranking Democrat on the Committee, John Conyers, urged Hyde to finish no later than Thanksgiving.

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