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Garland contempt resolution survives key hurdle, setting up House-wide vote

  • The Republican-controlled US House plans to vote on holding Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt for withholding audio recordings of a special counsel interview with President Joe Biden.
  • The Justice Department, under Garland's oversight, may not prosecute him due to White House's executive privilege over the recordings, complicating criminal charges.
  • House Republicans are set to vote on accusing Garland of contempt for denying Congress access to Biden's interviews, potentially involving legal actions by the US attorney if the resolution passes.
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