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The U.S. House of Representatives voted 258 to 176 to begin an impeachment inquiry into President Bill Clinton.
The House passed H.R. 1298, a bill authorizing funds for HIV/AIDS care, treatment and prevention overseas.
House and Senate members met to consider different versions of legislation on corporate accountability and corporate crime.
The House began debate on four articles of impeachment against President Clinton for perjury, obstruction of justice and abuse of power.
The U.S. House of Representatives convened to work on such bills as campaign finance laws for federal elections, Iran’s nuclear projects, and U.N. Weapons and Inspections.
The House was in session for legislative business and paid tribute to Representative Louis Stokes.