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- Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee approved subpoenas for special counsel Robert Mueller’s full Russia report.
- Since the conclusion of the investigation, Democrats have been putting pressure on the Justice Department to release the full report to Congress without redactions.
- Barr has told the committee chairman, Jerrold Nadler, that he is working to provide a redacted version which avoids disclosing any grand jury information or classified material.
- Democrats have said they will not accept redactions and want access to all of the report’s information, even if some of it can’t be disclosed to the public.
- The committee voted 24-17 along party lines to give chairman Nadler permission to issue a subpoena for the final report in its entirety, although Nadler has not yet confirmed whether or not he will send the subpoenas.