Dear Call Box: I appreciated the list of congressional
contacts you provided Tuesday. Could you publish an address for
the House Judiciary Committee? -- W.W.
Dear W.W.: Also, readers have been asking about addresses
for other members of Congress. Here's a quick guide:
The House Judiciary Committee recommends whether there is
enough evidence to make formal accusations against a president.
It has 21 Republicans and 16 Democrats. The chairman is U.S.
Rep. Henry J. Hyde, R-Ill. Write: House Judiciary Committee,
Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-6216.
If a bill of impeachment passes the full House, then the Senate
sits in final judgment.
To write to any member of the U.S. Senate, write: Office of
Senator (Name), United States Senate, Washington, DC 20510. The
U.S. Senate Internet home page is at www.senate.gov.
To write any member of the U.S. House of Representatives,
write: Office of Representative (Name), U.S. House of
Representatives, Washington, DC 20515. The House home page is at
The White House home page is at www.whitehouse.gov. It includes
a way to e-mail the president, an archive of White House
documents and an interactive citizen's handbook. …