House nears vote to hold Meadows in contempt in Jan. 6 probe
WASHINGTON — The House on Tuesday debated recommending criminal contempt charges against former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows after he ceased cooperating with the Jan. 6 Committee investigating the Capitol insurrection.
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