They accuse him of stonewalling their inquiries, which his department denies.
"As such, his conduct in authorizing the FISA surveillance at issue in the joint congressional investigation makes him a fact witness central to the ongoing investigation of potential FISA abuse", read the articles of impeachment, The Hill reported.
Ahead of a meeting with Republican House members earlier today, a DOJ official insisted that they have largely complied with the subpoenas, and are working on finding accommodations for the information and documents that still need to be turned over.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has also said he is satisfied with progress on the document production.
The impeachment resolution that Meadows introduced was not "privileged", which is a procedural motion that can force a House floor vote on the matter, a move that liberal Democrats have already taken against the President, though it was easily voted down. Such a move would mean leaders would have to bring a vote to table the measure, or cancel or delay the recess.
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"These articles of impeachment against Rod Rosenstein were filed in bad faith and show extraordinary lengths to which House Republicans will go to protect Trump", Schiff said.
Democrats have argued the focus on Rosenstein is an attempt to broadly undermine the Mueller investigation.
Wednesday's resolution had nine cosponsors, though notably not conservative House leadership such as Trey Gowdy, chair of the Oversight Committee, and Bob Goodlatte, chair of the Judiciary Committee.
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They also allege Rosenstien has "repeatedly failed to produce documents" requested by the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that are investigating FBI and DOJ decision-making during the 2016 presidential election, The Hill reported.
The move comes after months of criticism aimed at the department - and the Russian Federation investigation in particular - from Trump and his Republican allies in Congress. Trump has fumed about Mueller's probe and repeatedly called it a "witch hunt", a refrain echoed by some of the lawmakers. Committee staff have been able to review the documents in a reading room at the Justice Department and then obtain copies of documents of interest - a laborious process being overseen by US Attorney John Lausch from Chicago. The House passed a resolution last month demanding full compliance with the subpoenas.