A House committee voted Wednesday to grant immunity to Monica Goodling, an aide to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. She had refused to testify, invoking her Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination. The 32-6 vote by the House Judiciary Committee was part of a rapid-fire schedule Democrats set to compel Bush administration officials to testify about issues ranging from President Bush's now-discredited claim that Iraq was seeking uranium from Africa to the dismissals of eight federal prosecutors.
House Panel Votes to Give Gonzales Aide Immunity in Prosecutors' Firings
The Associated Press
April 26, 2007
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