(CBS DETROIT) – New information in the departure of former Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon.

A Michigan House Committee is ordering Gordon to testify about his separation agreement with the state.

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The subpoena came earlier Thursday from the House Oversight Committee.

All six Republicans voted in favor of it, with all three democrats voting against it.

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Gordon abruptly resigned back in January and received a $155,000 separation deal.

It also originally included a confidentiality clause preventing him from speaking about his departure.

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