The House Judiciary Contempt Report
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Here is the report that explains the basis for the resolution that the House Judiciary Committee is voting on this morning, which would recommend that the full House hold Harriet Miers and Josh Bolten in contempt of Congress. It is, by a long stretch, the most comprehensive account yet of the U.S. Attorney scandal, and of Congress's interests in discovering just how and why the White House removed those officials from office.
For more (much more) about the law and process of such contempt-of-Congress citations, see the new CRS Report that I posted about yesterday.