Democrats On The Offensive

NPR's Chitra Ragavan reports on Democrats' complaints that Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr did not include some evidence in his report that would be favorable to President Clinton, although it was contained in supporting material Starr sent to the House Judiciary Committee. Minority Leader Richard Gephardt is also suggesting that Starr may have more such evidence that he is withholding from the House. A spokesman for Starr says the independent counsel is not hiding exculpatory material.

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