(Washington Post) Internal Revenue Service agents have joined the FBI investigation into former Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber (D), who resigned from office last week amid mounting inquiries into his fiancee, Cylvia Hayes.
IRS and FBI agents questioned Michael Jordan, director of Oregon's Department of Administrative Services, at his home, The Oregonian reported. Jordan told the paper the agents asked about Hayes's work for Demos, a New York-based nonprofit that advocates for an alternative economic measure, and about emails showing the governor had urged Jordan to hire someone connected to the nonprofit.
The following day, the same agents handed Jordan a subpoena for e-mail correspondence sent by Kitzhaber, Hayes and 15 other state employees. Later that day, Kitzhaber announced he would resign.
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