Oversight Committee to Consider Four Subpoenas

April 20, 2007
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From the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform:

Committee to Consider Four Subpoenas to Further Investigations

The Oversight Committee will hold a business meeting on Wednesday, April 25, at which four subpoenas for testimony and documents will be considered. The subpoenas under consideration are for:

  • The testimony of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice regarding the fabricated claim that Iraq sought uranium from Niger and other issues;

  • The testimony of former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card regarding the leak of Valerie Plame Wilson's covert identity and White House security procedures;

  • RNC documents related to possible violations of the Presidential Records Act and the Hatch Act by White House officials;

  • Contacts between the White House and MZM, a federal contractor implicated in bribery charges.

  • See previous Gavel coverage on Secretary Rice and Iraq intelligence, the leak of Valerie Plame Wilson's covert identity, the RNC documents, and contacts between the White House and MZM.