(Adds details, background throughout) WASHINGTON, July 25 (Reuters) - Subpoenas could be served on companies to determine their contributions to a proposed $140 billion asbestos compensation fund, the top two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee said on Monday. Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania and ranking panel Democrat, Patrick Leahy of Vermont, told a meeting of committee staff they would seek the authority to issue subpoenas when the panel meets on ...
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