WASHINGTON, D.C (WKZO) -- USA Today is reporting that administration officials and GOP lawmakers are "exchanging charges that the other is acting in bad faith." Solyndra which borrowed $535-Million-Dollars before declaring bankruptcy is the source of the issue developing between the White House and the GOP.
Square in the middle of it is Michigan Congressman Fred Upton. According to USA Today:
"Upton, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, assured Democrats that he would consider Ruemmler's proposal before issuing the subpoena and "refine the scope of the subpoena and work with the White House on its document production."
The White House is expected to respond to the subpoena by the subcommitte on Thursday. For the full article click here: Both sides cite bad faith in Solyndra case.