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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 17, 1974

Page len THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 17, 1974

House judiciary d
WASHINGTON (; - Partisan N.J.) announced that the im- committee will complete the de-
maneuvering within the Hlouse peachment inquiry staff will bate and vote on articles of im-
Judiciary Committee increased present proposed articles of im- peachment by the end of next
yesterday as the panel moved peachment to the committee at week. Open sessions for the de-
closer to beginning debate on closed briefings tomorrow and bate are scheduled to start on
proposed articles of impeach- Friday. Monday.
ment. The Democrats, who hold a 21
Chairman Peter Rodino (D- RODINO SAID he hopes the to 17 majority on the committee,
hope to attract up to five Re-
.- - - - publican votes for impeachment.
Rep. Charles Wiggins (R-
TTCalif.) who has emerged as the
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leader of the Nixon defense
forces on the committee, pre-
dicted that all 17- Republicans
on the committee would vote
against impeachment.
LATER, however, Reps. Tom
Railsback (R-Ill.) and William
Cohen (R-Maine) said Wiggins
was not speaking for them and
that they had not made up their
minds.
Railsback said he thought
there were at least four Nepub-
licans "who are waiting to see
what the legal theories are."
Ile said the four are Cohen,
Reps. Caldwell Butler (R-Va.),
Hamilton Fish (R-N.Y.) and
himself.
MEANWHIIE, the committee
released a volume of documents
dealing with alleged efforts by
the administration to have the
Internal Revenue Service harass
President Nixon's enemies or
protect his friends.
According to the documents,
the IRS was under utmost con-
stant pressre from the White
House and knuckled nder oc-
casionally to White Ihouse de-
mands.
Rodino's announcement on
the proposed articles of in
peachment brought immediate
protests from the Republican
minority that thie staff plans to
offer only ar:uents supporting
the impeachment of President
Nixon rather than any of the
case against impeachment.
THE FINAL step before con-
sideration of articles of im-
peachment begins is the presen-
tation of an oral summation and
legal brief by James St. Clair,
the President's impeachment
defense lawyer.
It was elear from interviews

with committee members and
staff sources that the proposed
articles of the impeachment
would reject the White House
argument that the Constitution
requires criminal conduct as the
grounds for removal of a presi-
dent from office,
The proposed articles the
staff plans to offer tomorrow
are expected to be broad-based
allegations focusing on the
Watergate cover-up, attempted
misuse of government agencies,
violations of political contribul-
tion laws, domestic surveillance
activities and the President's
income tax problems.
IN EACH case it would be
alleged that the President was
a willing and knowledgeable
participant in tse activities, if
not from their insception, at least
from the time he learned of
them from his staff.
St. Clair has based his de-
fense on the lack of evidence
directli linking Nixon to a crim-
inal act such as ordering pus
ment of hush imoney to the
original Watergate defendants.
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