Supreme Court ruling blocks House Democrats' effort to get grand jury material from Mueller probe
The request to block access was made by the Justice Department.
The Supreme Court said Thursday that it will hear the Trump administration’s case next term on stopping the House from getting access to grand jury material from the former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia collusion probe.
The decision will at least stop the Democratic-led chamber from likely seeing the material before the November elections and is considered a win for the Justice Department.
The requested material reportedly includes part of Mueller's report redacted to protect grand jury information and testimony.
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