Operation Anaconda Research Paper

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The Senate trial in the impeachment of Bill Clinton Begins- January 7th, 1999 Bill Clinton was impeached for two reasons perjury and obstruction of justice, he also lied under oath about him having affairs with Monica Lewinsky. George W. Bush is sworn into office- January 20th, 2001 George W. Bush becomes the 43rd President of the United States. He will be the President from January 20th, 2001 to January 20th, 2009. U.S./Afghanistan War: Operation Anaconda ends- March 1st, 2002-March 18th, 2002 Operation Anaconda is a plan CIA officials made to try and destroy Al-Qaeda and Taliban forces. 1,700 American troops and 1,000 Pro-government Afghanistan troops fought about 300-1,000 Al-Qaeda and Taliban Troops. At the end it was a Coalition victory (which…show more content…
House of Representatives passes the Matthew Shepard Act- May 3rd, 2007 The Matthew Shepard Act is an american act of congress, it is also a hate crime prevention act. The act was named after Matthew Shepard a student who was tortured and murdered for being openly gay in 1998. Barack Obama is inaugurated in as the 44th President of the United States- January 20th, 2009 President Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States, he was also the first African American President. He will later be in office until January 20th, 2017 after he got reelected November 6th, 2012. President Obama announces that Osama Bin Laden was killed- May 1st, 2011 Osama Bin Laden 's death was very important because he is the founder of Al-Qaeda. It is also thought that he is the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks. He is also an influence on the Muslim world for terrorists. Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed a bill to pass legalizing medical marijuana- August 1st, 2013 Illinois officially became the twentieth U.S. State to legalize medical cannabis. The law went into effect on January 1st, 2014, people with major diseases are allowed to buy a limited amount. Illinois same sex marriage law goes into effect- June 1st,
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