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Senate Judiciary Committee rejects subpoenaing Mark Judge
During a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting Sept. 28, Sen. Richard Blumenthal's (D-Conn.) motion to subpoena Mark Judge, the man named as a witness to Christine Blasey Fords alleged sexual assault, failed by a vote of 10-11.
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