Johnson voices concerns about "inherent contempt" vote

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Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) and Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.) had a “little back-and-forth” Tuesday over the merits of a vote this week on holding Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt. Why it matters: Johnson argued for letting Democrats, who are embroiled in an intra-party meltdown over whether President Biden should stay on the ballot, “implode without any interference” from Republicans.The big picture: Multiple sources said Johnson expressed concerns about Luna’s proposal, which would fine Garland $10,000 a day for flouting a congressional subpoena, during a Tuesday morning…

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