Independent Counsel Law

NPR's Brian Naylor reports that the Clinton administration is urging Congress to allow the independent counsel law to expire in June. In a reversal of position, Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder said the Justice Department opposes renewing the law, citing fundamental flaws that "pervade the entire structure."

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