The House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday voted to release interview transcripts from its Russia investigation to special counsel Robert Mueller and to the Justice Department.
BREAKING: The House Intelligence Committee just voted to release all witness transcripts from our Russia investigation to the Department of Justice and Special Counsel Mueller.
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 6, 2019
The vote, which happened behind closed doors, was a bipartisan voice vote, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The committee had in December voted to release to Mueller its transcript of its interview with Roger Stone, who was charged last month with lying to Congress about his dealings with WikiLeaks. Since then House Intelligence Democrats have hinted that other witnesses who had appeared before the committee had misled it in their testimony.