The Rhode Island House Oversight Committee has voted to issue subpoenas for two more people involved in the crafting of the controversial 38 Studios deal. The committee also moved to reissue a subpoena for former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, the founder of the failed video game companyas lawmakers continue to probe just how the state made a deal leaving taxpayers on the hook for millions.
The new subpoenas are for attorney Michael Corso, who did work for 38 Studios, and former House Finance Chairman Steven Costantino, who now serves as at the head of Vermon't Department of Health Access.
The original subpoena for Schilling expired after a constable was unable to serve it. Schilling lives in Massachusetts.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattileeo is expected to sign the subpoenas, commanding all three men to testify January 14.
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