Issa, Democrats, NLRB Spar Over Oversight Committee Document Demands – Matthew Boyle
A subpoena war may be brewing between the National Labor Relations Board and House oversight committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, the California Republican, as they squabble over whether the labor agency is meeting document production requirements.
Rep. Issa set a Friday noon deadline this week for the NLRB to respond to a subpoena he issued. According to a letter from NLRB general counsel Lafe Solomon to Rep. Issa, which The Daily Caller has obtained, the NLRB provided Issa with more than 4,300 pages of documents Friday. That’s in addition to the NLRB’s claims that it has previously provided Issa with more than 1,500 pages.
It’s unclear what each of those pages contained, and whether they met Issa’s requirements. Either way, Issa is not happy with the response.
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