By Pamela Hess
The Associated Press
Washington - The House Judiciary Committee voted Tuesday to compel a top aide to Vice President Dick Cheney to testify to the committee about the Bush administration's interrogation practices.
David Addington, Cheney's chief of staff, refused to testify without a subpoena. No date has been set for his appearance before Congress.
Addington is one of several lawyers
believed to have played a key role in crafting the
administration's interrogation policies shortly after the
Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, policies which some say amounted
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