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By Nathan Ouellette

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The conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation could come soon, and if the full report isn’t released, House Judiciary and Oversight Committees can exercise subpoena power to seize the full findings of the investigation. But how exactly does their subpoena power work? Watch as Roll Call explains this useful congressional oversight tool.

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