Mr. Issa said that before the House voted to hold Mr. Holder in contempt and authorize a civil suit, the House made “multiple attempts to reach an amicable agreement.” But, he said, the Department remained “steadfast in its refusal to accept these proposals and would not engage in a dialogue about specific documents it was withholding and its specific reasons for doing so.”
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