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Senate Special Whitewater Committee

The committee was created by on May 17, 1995, as approved by the Senate, 96-3. The committee's hearings ran for 300 hours over 60 sessions across 13 months, taking over 10,000 pages of testimony and 35,000 pages of depositions from almost 250 people; many of these marks were records for Senate committees. The committee issued an 800-page final majority report on June 18, 1996, concluding its activities. Wikipedia*

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The Senate Special Whitewater Committee has 96 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first program was in a 1995, Whitewater Investigation. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1996 with an average of 68 views per program.

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    Immunity for David Hale

    Committee members debated whether to allow David Hale, a witness from the Whitewater trials in Little Rock involving…

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    Immunity for David Hale

    The committee met to consider granting immunity to David Hale, a former Arkansas banker who has accused President Clinton of…

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    Whitewater Investigation

    Committee members heard testimony from two persons who worked for James McDougal at Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan and…

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    Whitewater Investigation

    The committee heard testimony from a former personal accountant to President Clinton and from a former accountant to the…

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