The House voted 229-191 on Tuesday to take Attorney General William Barr and former White House Counsel Don McGahn to federal court over their noncompliance with House subpoenas for testimony and documents. The vote, which was along party lines, does not hold the two officials in contempt, but "clears the way for more lawsuits against Cabinet departments, administration officials, bankers, accountants, and more," NPR says. The move comes just a day after Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) announced he'd reached a deal with the Justice Department to see previously withheld "key evidence" from the Mueller report. Nadler said he'd give the DOJ time to comply with the deal before moving to "enforce" a DOJ subpoena separate from the ones that proceeded on Tuesday.

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