In a somber silence, the House Judiciary Committee weighed final arguments yesterday over alleged "high crimes and misdemeanors" by President Clinton. Speaker Newt Gingrich notified the full House to prepare for a historic impeachment vote next week.
Several official sources said Democrats laboring to gain support for censure from pivotal GOP moderate lawmakers were ready to demand a financial payment from Clinton as well as his signature on a written condemnation of his conduct.
- Allan Hirsch, an independent journalist.
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