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Senate Judiciary authorizes subpoenas of Harlan Crow and Leonard Leo in Supreme Court ethics probe

  • The Senate Judiciary Committee voted in favor of authorizing subpoenas for Harlan Crow and Leonard Leo, as part of an investigation into their gifts to Justice Clarence Thomas.
  • Republicans opposed the subpoenas, with one Republican Senator calling it a "jihad" against the court driven by Democrats' frustration at right-leaning decisions.
  • Democrats argue that Crow's gifts highlight the need for a binding code of conduct at the Supreme Court, despite the court's release of an ethics code in November that they deemed inadequate.
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