Top Solyndra executives are scheduled to appear today before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. But that’s all they’ll be doing. As reported earlier this week, Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison and CFO Bill Stover will invoke their Fifth Amendment rights and decline to answer any questions from lawmakers with respect to the $535 million taxpayer-guaranteed loan the company received before going bankrupt.
Here are a few of the questions that Harrison and Stover won’t be answering tomorrow:
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