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WASHINGTON - The top Republican on the US House Judiciary Committee said on Friday that Attorney General William Barr would "break the law" if he released Special Counsel Mueller's Russia report without redactions, as Democrats are demanding.
The lawmaker, Representative Doug Collins, also criticized the panel's Democratic chairman Jerrold Nadler for not accepting Barr's offer to testify in early May, but said he looked forward reviewing the Mueller report's classified material.
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