Report: 32 Congressmen call for impeachment committee
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Thursday March 16, 2006
32 members of Congress have signed on to a resolution calling for a committee to probe grounds for the impeachment of President George W. Bush, Atlanta Progressive News reports. The committee would seek to determine whether or not Bush committed impeachable offenses in leading the United States into war with Iraq.
The resolution may be read in its entirety here.
Excerpts from the Atlanta Progressive News follow:
32 US House Representatives have signed on as sponsors or co-sponsors of H. Res 635, which would create a Select Committee to look into the grounds for recommending President Bush’s impeachment, Atlanta Progressive News has learned.
Their co-sponsorships of H. Res 635 come on the heels of reports that US Senators Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Tom Harkin (D-IA) will support US Senator Russ Feingold’s (D-WI) bill, S. Res 398, to censure President Bush.
The two latest co-sponsors of H. Res 635 are US Rep. David Wu (D-OR) and US Rep. Betty McCollum (D-MN).
“Because of my concern, and that of many of my constituents, regarding the misleading and fraudulent intelligence used by the Bush administration to present its case for war in Iraq, I decided to cosponsor H. Res 635 introduced by Representative John Conyers,” Wu said in a statement prepared for Atlanta Progressive News.
Read the full article here.