WSJ reports that Members of Congress have asked federal authorities for confidential reports prepared by a lawyer charged with monitoring AIG's business practices over the past four years.
The request, dated Monday, expands the scope of the congressional investigation into AIG's collapse and subsequent federal rescue in September. The request was made by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform in letters sent to both the Department of Justice and Securities & Exchange Commission.
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