ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Latest on investigations into Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (all times local):

1:49 p.m.

An attorney for Gov. Eric Greitens' campaign has turned over more than 14,000 documents to a House investigatory committee but is objecting to a subpoena issued to a separate secretive group that has supported Greitens' agenda.

Attorney Catherine Hanaway said Monday that she doesn't believe the committee called A New Missouri falls within the scope of the House investigation.

House investigatory committee chairman Jay Barnes said it's considering its options for how to enforce the subpoena.

The House investigation could eventually lead to impeachment proceedings against Greitens but is separate from his criminal trial underway this week in St. Louis on an invasion-of-privacy charge.

The House panel issued subpoenas after Hanaway complained it hadn't sought the campaign's input before releasing a report May 2 about Greitens' political use of a charity donor list.

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1:19 p.m.

A special House committee investigating Gov. Eric Greitens says it has received some but not all of the documents it requested from the governor's political committees.

Committee Chairman Jay Barnes said Monday that the House had issued subpoenas for documents and testimony from Greitens' campaign committee, former campaign manager Austin Chambers and a secretive committee called "A New Missouri" that has supported Greitens' agenda.

Barnes said a Greitens attorney supplied a "substantial number" of documents but also objected to providing "other large categories of documents."

The House investigation is separate from Greitens' criminal trial on invasion of privacy.

The House panel issued subpoenas after a Greitens' campaign attorney complained the panel hadn't sought its input before releasing a report about Greitens' political use of a charity donor list.