A subpoena demanding the full unredacted report from special counsel Robert Mueller has been issued to the Justice Department by the House Judiciary Committee.
The subpoena is demanding to see the entirety of the work by Mueller and his team, including grand jury testimony and all other material that has not been made public.
The subpoena was issued by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, who set a date of May 1 for the Department of Justice (DOJ) to deliver the materials to Congress.
So far, Attorney General William Barr has only offered key congressional leaders access to a version of the report with less redaction. In addition, the DOJ set up a process allowing a dozen top congressional leaders from both parties, as well as select staff, to view the lesser redacted version of the report, which will happen in secure reading rooms over the next couple of weeks. However, outside of Mueller and his team, only the DOJ has had access to the full unredacted report.