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WASHINGTON — The House Intelligence Committee voted Friday to release almost all of the transcripts of interviews it conducted as part of an investigation into Russian election meddling the panel concluded earlier this year, when Republicans issued a highly-disputed report criticizing the intelligence community’s finding that the Kremlin favored President Trump during the 2016 election.

Panel Democrats have been clamoring for the release of the Russia investigation documents for months, but it was only in recent weeks that panel chairman Devin Nunes, Republican of California, also began to opine that the transcripts should be made public — adding that it should be done before the midterm elections.


The vote sets the stage for the release of 53 transcripts as soon as next week.