House Issues Subpoenas, Rice Says She's Said Enough

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is among those subpoenaed by committees of Congress exerting their "oversight" function in a way not seen since President Bush was inaugurated in 2001. Congress wants to know more about the justifications for the war in Iraq, the firings of US attorneys and White House operatives allegedly mixing politics with public business. Henry Waxman (D-CA), who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee says, "A subpoena is not a request; it's a demand for information." In Oslo, Norway, Rice says she's already answered Waxman's questions and is not inclined to comply. Dan Eggen covers Congress for the Washington Post.




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