That’s what lawmakers looking into the state’s $97 million Oracle deal want to know. But the attorney who might provide the answer to that question is refusing to testify before a joint legislative committee investigating the deal.

Larry Kreig, the former general counsel for the State and Consumer Services Agency, which oversees government procurement, told investigators late Thursday that it’ll take a subpoena to get him to testify before the Joint Legislative Audit Committee about his role in the scandal.

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