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The Nation : Deaver Agrees to Inquiry

Former presidential aide Michael K. Deaver agreed to be questioned behind closed doors by a House subcommittee investigating his lobbying activities since he left the White House. Deaver agreed to appear before the House Energy and Commerce oversight and investigations subcommittee on May 16, said Michael Barrett, the panel’s counsel and staff director. The panel will ask the former deputy White House chief of staff about “a whole range” of issues, including Deaver’s possible lobbying of the White House on behalf of clients of his firm, Michael K. Deaver & Associates.


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