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House panel votes to subpoena White House documents

Despite a 20,000-page document dump by the Obama administration, promises by its legal counsel of further cooperation and a last-ditch bid by Democrats to postpone the vote, House Republicans moved ahead today with a subpoena of the White House for documents related to the Solyndra scandal. The 14-9 party-line vote by the Energy and Commerce Committee was blasted by Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), who chaired the panel for 16 years, as both unprecedented and unnecessary.

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