1996: the December 1996 issue of Scientology's French language publication, Éthique & Liberté, published what it called an "Interview exclusive" against drug-use," written by [Bill] Clinton himself ( solitarytrees.net).
1996: Scientology's "Hands of Hope" Quilt project culminated with a visit in 1996 to Washington, DC, where the children and their parents received a warm welcome from First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in the East Room of the White House. (scientology.org).
2001: Clinton pardoned A. Glenn Braswell, owner of Gero Vita, an alt med scam that ran into IRS problems. Scientology lawyer Gerald Feffer of Williams & Connolly represented Braswell. Feffer's other clients include the Clintons and David Miscavige. Feffer's wife Monique Yingling helped secure Scientology's tax exemption status in 1993. holysmoke.org).
2001: Hillary's brother Hugh Rodham was hired by scientologist John Coale (husband of Greta Van Susteren) to work on the tobacco lawsuit scam. Coale got millions in fees (holysmoke.org).
11-21-02: Hillary Clinton, as a prominent member of the National Foundation of Women Legislators (NFWL), a CCHR front group, visited a Narconon center in Ensenada (cultnews.com).
8-30-03 NFWL website urges the Senate to pass the Child Medication Safety Act of 2003 (cultnews.com).