Sen­ate Judi­cia­ry Com­mit­tee to vote on sub­poe­nas of Har­lan Crow and Leonard Leo this week

The Sen­ate Judi­cia­ry Com­mit­tee will vote on whether to take up sub­poe­nas for GOP megadonor Har­lan Crow and Fed­er­al­ist Soci­ety Co-Chair­man Leonard Leo on Thurs­day morn­ing fol­low­ing a month­s­long focus on the Supreme Court’s ethics code.
Sen­ate Judi­cia­ry Com­mit­tee Chair­man Dick Durbin (D‑IL) told reporters, “That’s the plan,” on Tues­day when asked if the com­mit­tee’s sub­poe­na time­line was on track. This comes after Durbin said on Mon­day that there was “no evi­dence” that either Crow or Leo were coop­er­at­ing with the com­mit­tee’s records requests into finan­cial and social con­nec­tions to Supreme Court jus­tices.
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Ear­li­er in Novem­ber, Durbin end­ed a meet­ing before sen­a­tors could vote on the two sub­poe­nas. Repub­li­cans filed dozens of amend­ments propos­ing to sub­poe­na many Biden admin­is­tra­tion asso­ciates to draw out the debate. Some of those GOP pro­pos­als could be up for a vote on Thurs­day, as well.
“We’re going to take a look at each one and decide whether it’s ger­mane and pro­ceed from there,” Durbin told reporters, …