In a statement after the vote Thursday, Crow’s office called the subpoena unenforceable and the investigation unlawful and partisan.

“Committee Democrats have made intrusive demands of a private citizen that far exceed any reasonable standard and to this date have not explained why this request is necessary to craft legislation,” Crow’s statement said. “Still, Mr. Crow maintains his readiness to discuss the matter further with the Committee.”

Leo said in a statement that he “will not cooperate with this unlawful campaign of political retribution.”