Conyers makes ninth and final offer to White House.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) today instructed White House counsel Fred Fielding that he has one last chance to comply with the committee’s investigation into the U.S. attorney scandal. “I have written to you on eight previous occasions attempting to reach agreement on this matter,” Conyers writes. “As we submit the Committee’s contempt report to the full House, I am writing one more time to seek to resolve this issue on a cooperative basis.” Conyers also officially filed the contempt resolutions against former White House counsel Harriet Miers and current Chief of Staff Josh Bolten with the House Clerk.