(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -- Gov. Nikki Haley was not subpoenaed by the House Ethics Committee on Thursday, but her office said she has not ruled out testifying at the June 28 hearing, The State reports.
The committee subpoenaed 11 people on Thursday, including executives with Wilbur Smith & Associates and Lexington Medical Center--two companies who employed Haley while she was a House member--along with former lobbyists and government officials. Members of the committee also voted to get testimony from John Rainey, the Republican who filed the original complaint against Haley, the paper says.
The committee had closed the case against Haley in May, but voted to reopen it after receiving more information about her work for Lexington Medical.
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