A House panel voted Wednesday in favor of holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress, a move that inflamed partisan rancor on Capitol Hill and sets up the possibility of legal action against the attorney general himself.
Holder has not yet been formally held in contempt of Congress. The full House would still need to approve the resolution in order for that to happen -- sources say House Republican officials, including Rep. Issa, R-Calif., are willing end to a potential constitutional confrontation, but only if the Obama administration turns over more emails and memos about the botched anti-gunrunning operation Fast and Furious
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Hows that transparency thing working out for you?
Issa pressed ahead with the vote Wednesday despite an eleventh-hour move by President Obama to assert executive privilege over the Fast and Furious documents at the heart of the dispute.