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Title: MO: Josh Hawley served with subpoena after delivering CPAC speech, Democrat says
Post by: mountaineer on March 02, 2019, 07:45:06 AM
In more "Democrats acting like children" news:

Josh Hawley served with subpoena after delivering CPAC speech, Democrat says
By Jack Suntrup
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
 10 hrs ago
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JEFFERSON CITY • A Democrat running for Missouri attorney general says his process server on Friday personally served U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley with a subpoena during the Conservative Political Action Conference.

The Cole County Circuit Court issued a subpoena last month at Elad Gross' request. While one was delivered to Hawley's Senate office, a subpoena had not been delivered to Hawley personally. ...

Court records show a hearing in the case was scheduled for Friday but was recently rescheduled for March 15. Gross denied he was evading a hearing.

The subpoena stems from an open records dispute Gross has with the state. He is seeking a cache of documents from Gov. Mike Parson's office related to Gov. Eric Greitens, but the governor's office won't turn the documents over unless Gross signs a $3,600 check.

Gross filed a complaint with Hawley's attorney general's office last fall, but the attorney general's office had sided with Parson's administration. ...
Post-Dispatch (https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/josh-hawley-served-with-subpoena-after-delivering-cpac-speech-democrat/article_5e6c8dd9-c909-51d2-9bf1-94cafdeb5368.html#tracking-source=home-trending)