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- Obama encourages ICE to stand down, say former border agents
Topic - William Taylor Iii
As the House prepares for several key votes on former Internal Revenue Service employee Lois G. Lerner and potential legal action, analysts say she and her attorney have mishandled their case by picking and choosing when they want to talk, and to whom they are willing to talk.
The top lawyer at the National Labor Relations Board violated federal ethics rules by helping investigate a case involving Wal-Mart Stores Inc., despite holding a financial interest in the company, the board's inspector general has found.
Mr. Taylor's office declined to comment, but he has said he no longer trusted the House investigative process to be fair to Ms. Lerner.
Asked specifically whether he had a request, Mr. Taylor said, "She will appear Wednesday."