|Summarized by Eileen Bell
Impeachment Raises Questions of Faith
Washington Post 9Jan99; Page B10
By Bill Broadway: Washington Post Staff Writer
Staff researchers Margot Williams, Heming Nelson, Richard Drezen and Alice
Crites contributed to this report.
This article looks at how members of various religions voted in last
month's House of Representatives impeachment proceedings
against Bill Clinton. While most of the voting followed party lines,
some analysis also shows possible religious connections. All ten
LDS members of the House voted in favor of the impeachment
The article also lists the religions of the 13 House Judiciary
Committee Repulbicans who will argue the case during the Senate
trial. They include Rep. Chris Cannon of Utah, who is LDS.
In the new Senate, there are eight new senators, including Michael
D. Crapo of Idaho, who is LDS. Senator Crapo had served in the
previous House of Representatives. There are five Latter-day
Saints serving in the Senate in total.