Renewing a battle over whether Congress can compel testimony from former White House officials, House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers Jr. issued a subpoena on Monday to former Bush administration adviser Karl Rove in an attempt to question him about the "politicization" of the DOJ and the U.S. Attorney firings, according to Conyers' office. Rove did not comply with an earlier subpoena related to the firings. "After two years of stonewalling, it's time for him to talk," said Conyers.
Rove Subpoenaed to Testify About U.S. Attorney Firings
January 27, 2009