(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -- The House Ethics Committee that is investigating claims that Gov. Haley illegally lobbied while a House member will issue subpoenas next week to witnesses who will testify at hearings beginning June 28, The Post and Courier reports.
Chairman of the committee, Roland Smith (R-Warrenville), said the committee will likely approve subpoenas for all of the requested witnesses, including the governor. Other expected witnesses are John Rainey, who filed the complaint against Haley, a variety of Midlands business officials and state lawmakers, the paper says.
The committee has hired two lawyers from the Columbia-based law firm Willoughby and Hoefer for the hearing, according to The Post and Courier.
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