WASHINGTON — The House Judiciary Committee is authorizing a subpoena for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full report.
Attorney General Bill Barr has told lawmakers he will give them a redacted version of the Mueller report by mid-April.
Barr noted that redactions will cover sensitive intelligence data, ongoing criminal investigations and confidential grand jury material.
Democrats have raised suspsicions about the redactions.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee voted against the subpoena.
Barr sent Congress a summary of Mueller’s findings last month.
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