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"The department has refused to schedule interviews with any of the other 11 witnesses. That's not the good-faith cooperation I was promised, and it is unacceptable. If this controversy has taught us anything, it is that you have to talk directly to the people who know the facts," said Mr. Grassley, Iowa Republican (Associated Press)

"The department has refused to schedule interviews with any of the other 11 witnesses. That's not the good-faith cooperation I was promised, and it is unacceptable. If this controversy has taught us anything, it is that you have to talk directly to the people who know the facts," said Mr. Grassley, Iowa Republican (Associated Press)

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