McGahn Subpoena Case Again Returns To Full DC Circ.

Law360 (October 15, 2020, 7:34 PM EDT) -- The full D.C. Circuit ruled Thursday it will once again rehear a dispute over the House of Representatives' authority to compel testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn, a case that has significant ramifications on the chamber's oversight power and a battle over President Donald Trump's tax returns.

In a three-page per curiam order, the appellate court said a majority of its active judges voted in favor of the House Judiciary Committee's en banc review request last month to examine a divided three-judge panel's August finding that said Congress lacks the authority to bring such a suit. 

The 2-1 panel decision...

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