Already the Clinton scandals sound like tales from some distant past. Memories of chief presidential pursuer Kenneth Starr and all those other independent counsel are fading faster than the Cheshire cat. But before we say a final goodbye, Starr has left behind some important unfinished business.
On Tuesday, Feb. 22, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Starr’s second prosecution of former Associate Attorney General Webster Hubbell. The future of a fundamental constitutional right rides on the Court’s decision.
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