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"Has agreed to sit down with the House Judiciary committee next week. The White House had previously sought to block hope Hicks testimony, claiming documents she held were subject to executive privilege, NPR's, Tim Mack, as this update the interview will take place behind closed doors. But House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler, said the panel plans to make the transcript public promptly after the interview is conducted Nadler, who described Hicks as a key witness for special counsel. Robert Muller said that no topics would be off limits. This means that members of the committee could ask Hicks about her time in the Trump organization on the Trump campaign, and in the Trump White House. The House Judiciary committee is currently investigating Trump and his administration on a variety of issues, including alleged abuse of power corruption. And obstruction of Justice, Tim Mack, NPR news. News, washington. The house oversight committee voted to hold the attorney general and commerce secretary in contempt of congress over census documents, the move comes after President Trump invoked, executive privilege to shield material sought by Democrats. In a controversial citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents. The Trump administration says the question will help better enforce the Voting Rights Act, New York, Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, isn't buying it? I want to know why it was why this question was magically added after we have seen that a political operative new and detailed an intent to intimidate racial and immigrant communities for a partisan purpose. Democrats argue the citizenship question as a tactic to suppress representation of Latino and other minority communities. The supreme court is expected to rule on the issue sometime this month. Stocks finished lower today on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jimmy Floyd less than two weeks after insisting that he be involved in negotiation over rent reform. Governor Cuomo says he'll now sign. The proposed legislation into law WNYC's Fred mogul reports this deal is the biggest signal yet of change in the way. Albany does business in recent days. Senate majority leader Andrea, Stewart cousins and assembly speaker, Carl hasty"