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May 27, 1994
Michael Uhlmann's May 24 Column Right inquires rhetorically whether "someone in the White House may have spoken to someone in the Justice Department" about the department's criminal investigation into (Rep. Dan) Rostenkowski's case. No one in the White House has spoken or will speak to anyone in the Justice Department, or vice versa, about the disposition of this case. To do so would be contrary to this Administration's written procedures concerning relationships between the White House and the department.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1994
Michael Uhlmann's May 24 Column Right inquires rhetorically whether "someone in the White House may have spoken to someone in the Justice Department" about the department's criminal investigation into (Rep. Dan) Rostenkowski's case. No one in the White House has spoken or will speak to anyone in the Justice Department, or vice versa, about the disposition of this case. To do so would be contrary to this Administration's written procedures concerning relationships between the White House and the department.
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March 9, 1994 | PAUL RICHTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Clinton on Tuesday enlisted eminent Washington lawyer Lloyd N. Cutler in the effort to safeguard the reputation of the White House, even as he acknowledged that his staff had several previously undisclosed contacts with federal regulators about the Whitewater controversy.
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March 9, 1994 | PAUL RICHTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Clinton on Tuesday enlisted eminent Washington lawyer Lloyd N. Cutler in the effort to safeguard the reputation of the White House, even as he acknowledged that his staff had several previously undisclosed contacts with federal regulators about the Whitewater controversy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1987
After a summer of hearing all the derogatory, anti-Bork rhetoric, I have been glad to see and hear for myself the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing. It has been enlightening as well as very disturbing. I am afraid I have to agree with Sen. Alan Simpson (R-Wyo.) when he said it is simply "politics." Now that is frightening. Witness after witness (i.e., former Chief Justice Warren E. Burger; former counsel for President Jimmy Carter, Lloyd N. Cutler; former American Bar Assn.
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August 11, 1994 | From Associated Press
Judge Abner J. Mikva will replace Lloyd N. Cutler as White House counsel, a senior official said Wednesday. The selection, which could be announced as early as today, will add stature to the relatively young White House staff and bring political acumen to one of the most vital jobs in the White House. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the job had been offered to Mikva and he accepted. Mikva, 68, is chief judge of the U.S.
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June 28, 1994 | Associated Press
The House Banking Committee will begin Whitewater hearings July 26 and has asked special counsel Robert B. Fiske Jr. and top White House officials to testify. Committee Chairman Henry B. Gonzalez (D-Tex.) said Monday he invited Fiske to report on the "Washington phase" of his inquiry. Gonzalez said the first hearing would focus on the removal of Whitewater files from White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster's office by White House officials after his death last July.
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August 29, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
The president of Greenpeace said today that the anti-nuclear, environmentalist group plans to sue the French government over the sinking of the Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior. David McTaggart told a news conference that Washington-based lawyer Lloyd N. Cutler, an adviser on strategic arms negotiations to former President Jimmy Carter, agreed to represent Greenpeace without charging a fee.
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November 10, 1995 | From Associated Press
Confronted unexpectedly with a letter from the government's chief ethics officer, former presidential lawyer Lloyd N. Cutler conceded Thursday that "I may have transgressed" when testifying that a Whitewater probe cleared the White House of improprieties. Under questioning by Republicans on the Senate Whitewater Committee, Cutler said his 1994 testimony on Capitol Hill was imprecise, but not intentionally misleading.
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July 31, 1994 | From Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen asked his agency's independent investigator last weekend for copies of interviews from an ongoing ethics review of the Clinton Administration's handling of Whitewater, officials said Saturday. Bentsen, who ordered the review and was among those interviewed, forwarded the Treasury inspector general's documents to the White House so it could prepare for congressional hearings, the Administration officials said.
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February 15, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush's ethics commission agreed Tuesday that members of Congress should continue to be exempt from the basic conflict of interest law that prohibits making government decisions for personal gain. Although Bush charged the panel last month with finding standards that are "equitable all across the three branches of the federal government," panel members concluded that members of Congress could not be put under the same constraints as judges and executive branch employees.
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June 12, 1997 | From the Washington Post
A distinguished group of former White House counsels and other top lawyers, from Republican and Democratic administrations, has filed a brief supporting the Clinton administration effort to keep confidential certain notes of conversations with First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. The "friend-of-the-court" brief was submitted by William T. Coleman Jr., Transportation secretary in the Ford administration; Arthur B. Culvahouse Jr., White House counsel for President Reagan; Lloyd N.
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