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Earlier in the day, Johnson’s panel voted to authorize subpoenas in its probe targeting former Obama administration officials.
The new subpoena seeks those documents as well as another ethics opinion provided to Emanuel.
Intuit produced half a million pages of documents in response to the FTC’s first civil investigative demand — a kind of subpoena — last year.
A judge last week threw out the president’s lawsuit to block the subpoenas on the grounds that they were too broad.
With subpoenas arriving at NASA and Boeing, we have an idea of how serious this episode might become.
The November ballot will contain a measure to establish a police review commission with subpoena power and the independence to review complaints against officers in the San Diego Police Department.
In Newark, New Jersey, the board can issue subpoenas, hold hearings and investigate misconduct.
There are others who are inclined towards elaborate plots as Sam Weller was to the "'rig'nal" of his subpoena.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
In the interim he bought a ticket, supped, reflected, counted his money and studied the subpoena.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
Saul Aronson's jaw dropped and the subpoena began to burn a hole in his pocket.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY

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