House Republicans unveiled a resolution Thursday to formalize their impeachment inquiry into President Biden, a move aimed at giving the GOP-led committees more firepower to look into his family’s business dealings as lawmakers search for evidence of wrongdoing.
Formalizing the impeachment investigation, which has been underway for months, could throw more legal weight behind subpoenas as Republicans on the House Oversight, Ways and Means, and Judiciary Committees seek documents and testimony. The 14-page resolution lays out rules for public hearings and directs the committees to produce a public report with their findings.
“The impeachment inquiry strengthens our hand when we go to court against this administration or anyone who refuses our subpoena,” said House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer of Kentucky on Thursday.
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