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HIGH COURT - The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether President Trump must comply with subpoenas for his financial documents from a New York grand jury and from U.S. congressional committees. Marcia Coyle reports that the justices late Friday granted review in a trio of cases—Trump v. Vance, Trump v. Mazars and Trump v. Deutsche Bank—in which federal appellate courts in New York and D.C. rejected the president’s arguments to shield financial records from law enforcement and congressional investigators. Arguments are set for March.
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