The House Committee on Oversight and Reform has filed its brief before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in Trump v. Mazars USA, arguing that President Trump’s attempt to block the committee’s subpoena “prevent[s] Congress from obtaining critical information needed to make informed legislative judgments and perform meaningful oversight.” This follows the June 10 brief filed by the legal team representing Trump.. Oral arguments are scheduled for July 12. The Oversight Committee brief is available here and below and the Trump brief is also available here and below.
Oversight Committee Brief