It was the first time in American history that Congress has imposed that sanction on a sitting member of a president’s cabinet."
The vote – 255 to 67, with one member voting present – followed an acrimonious and politically charged debate. Many Democrats walked out of the chamber in protest without voting, accusing Republicans of railroading the motion so they could inflict political damage on the Obama administration during an election year.
June 28, 2012
"The House of Representatives on Thursday voted to hold Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. in contempt..."
"... for failing to disclose internal Justice Department documents in response to a subpoena."