The state Senate additionally passed legislation that would make it easier for the state to prosecute individuals who were pardoned by the president.
“While I do not take this step lightly, I believe this action gives us the best opportunity to succeed and obtain the requested material,” said Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass.
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