Republicans not backing down on contempt vote, as NRA watches

Posted on June 28, 2012

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Barring a last minute deal, House Republicans plan historic votes Thursday to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in civil and criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over documents related to a bungled gun tracking operation.
Passage of the contempt resolutions was not in doubt. Republicans control the House, and are likely to pick up Democrats who support the National Rifle Association. The NRA said it's keeping score on how members vote, partly because the gun owners' group believes the Obama administration wanted to use the program    called Operation Fast and Furious    to make the case for more gun control.

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