Missouri House Committee sues Gov. Greitens campaign over subpoena

ST.LOUIS, MO-  State lawmakers in Jefferson City begin a special session Friday night where they could consider the potential impeachment of Governor Eric Greitens.

The Special House Committee investigating Governor Greitens has sued his campaign to enforce them to comply with subpoenas. The subpoenas seek documents as part of the committee`s investigation.

According to court filings, the Special House Committee wants to know if Greitens used two campaign groups—'Greitens For Missouri' and 'A New Missouri'- to quote circumvent Missouri's campaign finance disclosure laws.

The Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner has turned over all of her investigative materials on the governor to the Special Committee.

Meanwhile, Greitens does face a felony computer tampering charge for allegedly using a donors list from his Mission Continues charity to help raise money for his campaign.

As the legal and political developments play out, Governor Greitens made his first public appearance Thursday since the invasion of privacy charge was dismissed.