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(CNN) — The House Energy and Commerce Committee says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has declined a request to appear before the committee to discuss family separations at the US southern border.

Chairman Frank Pallone, a New Jersey Democrat, personally requested that Azar testify before the committee, but the secretary’s office declined the request on Tuesday, according to the committee spokesman.

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“One way or another,” Azar will have to testify before the Energy and Commerce Committee, Pallone said in a statement. He called Azar’s denial of the request to testify “unacceptable” and said it is “outrageous” that Azar has yet to appear before Congress for a hearing on the controversial policy.

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