McCarthy, Other GOP Reps, Receive Historic Subpoenas From January 6 Panel
Plus: Work to reconcile bills on China competition begins, and more Republicans may be tiring of supporting Ukraine’s war efforts
Happy Friday—yet another rainy weekend is approaching here in D.C., which means the Wilt family will likely be watching far too many episodes of the Wiggles over the next couple of days. (Toot toot, chugga chugga, big red car.)
Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Lawmakers
The select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol, facing an end of the year deadline before Republicans are likely to retake the House, has taken a new plunge: The panel announced yesterday it has subpoenaed five Republican lawmakers believed to have relevant information about the events leading up to and on that day.
The subpoenas target GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy and Reps. Scott Perry, Mo Brooks, Andy Biggs, and Jim Jordan. The move comes after those members declined committee requests to testify.
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