By BEN EVANS – 50 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Judiciary Committee threatened Thursday to subpoena former White House adviser Karl Rove if he does not agree by May 12 to testify about former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman’s corruption case.
In a letter to Rove’s attorney, committee Democrats called it “completely unacceptable” that the Republican political strategist has so far rejected the committee’s request for sworn testimony even as he discusses the matter publicly through the media.
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