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Justice Department Will Provide Evidence Related To Mueller Investigation

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Justice Department Will Provide Evidence Related To Mueller Investigation

Justice Department Will Provide Evidence Related To Mueller Investigation

Reuters reports the U.S. Justice Department has agreed to provide further evidence, related to the Mueller investigation, to lawmakers.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler agreed to hold off on bringing contempt charges against Attorney General William Barr.

As part of the agreement, the Justice Department must continue to provide the materials requested by Nadler's committee.

The committee threatened to bring criminal contempt charges against Barr after he refused to show up to a court date.

Nadler and other lawmakers have requested materials that were used in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.

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