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Pelosi: House will vote next week to hold Barr and Ross in criminal contempt over census


Added 07-11-19 12:57:03pm EST - “The House will vote next week to hold a pair of top administration officials in criminal contempt of Congress for withholding information related to the census, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced Thursday.?” - Thehill.com

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The House will vote next week to hold a pair of top administration officials in criminal contempt of Congress for withholding information related to the census, Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPelosi reportedly told Trump deputy: 'What was your name, dear?' White House withdraws controversial rule to eliminate drug rebates The Hill's Morning Report - 2020 jitters hit both parties in the Senate MORE (D-Calif.) announced Thursday.

"Next week, the full House will vote on a resolution of criminal contempt for Attorney General Barr and [Commerce] Secretary Ross so we can enforce our subpoenas and get the facts," Pelosi told reporters in the Capitol.

House Majority Leader Steny HoyerSteny Hamilton HoyerThe Hill's Morning Report - 2020 jitters hit both parties in the Senate Pelosi scolds Democrats for public barbs Progressives face steep odds in ousting incumbent Democrats MORE (D-Md.) later clarified that the vote will be next Tuesday.

"We will hold this Admin accountable for continued obstruction & oppose efforts to undermine the census," Hoyer tweeted.

The House will vote Tuesday to hold the Admin in contempt of Congress after defying subpoenas for documents explaining the effort to add a citizenship question to the #Census. We will hold this Admin accountable for continued obstruction & oppose efforts to undermine the census.

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