Goodling immunity vote postponed

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The House Judiciary Committee, which was set to vote on immunity for Monica Goodling this morning, has delayed the vote until next week, according to TPM Muckraker. Here’s the statement from Committee Chair John Conyers:

“At the request of our Ranking Minority Member, Lamar Smith, I have announced a one-week delay in the Committee vote to apply for immunity for Monica Goodling. It is my hope that a short delay, agreed to in the spirit of bipartisan cooperation, will enable the Minority to join us in taking this critical step in our efforts to uncover the truth about why the U.S. Attorneys were terminated and what it means for the integrity of federal law enforcement. I continue to believe that Ms. Goodling would be a key witness in our investigation.”

Background here.

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