the House of Representatives and the Senate after the 1994 elections, congressional committees conducted investigations and lengthy hearings on accusations of misconduct. Under that plan, people would join an alliance in each state that would contract with insurance companies and other groups to offer insurance to members. Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices. Rodham joined him on the faculty in 1974, and they were married on October 11, 1975. Clinton the second president to be impeached, after Andrew Johnson in 1868, and only the third against whom articles of impeachment had been brought before the full House for consideration ( Richard Nixon resigned from the presidency in 1974, while an impeachment process against him. "Singer authors book on the role of ethics in Bush presidency". William Fulbright, a, democrat. A law enacted during the Watergate scandals relating to the administration of President Richard Nixon provided for the appointment of independent counsels when there were suspicions of misconduct involving the president, vice president, or other major administration officials. After Republicans gained control of Congress, Clinton spent the next six years battling conservatives over the federal budget and social issues such as abortion.
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