Five things to know ahead of the crucial committee week of January 6 –

The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol heads into a pivotal week as it prepares to make its final filing, release a highly anticipated report outlining the findings of the panel investigation of more than a year and vote on criminal. referrals to Department of Justice.

Votes on criminal references are expected during Monday’s business meeting, marking a significant step for the panel, which has said one of its goals is to prevent what happened on January 6 from happening again.

The closely watched events of the week are the culmination of the committee’s extensive investigation, which began months after last year’s deadly riot and has consisted of nearly a dozen hearings, the testimony of more than 1,000 witnesses and millions of documents.

Here are five things to look for as the committee kicks off a pivotal week:

Committee to vote on referrals Monday

Sunrise at the US Capitol, Monday, December 19, 2022, as the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol prepares to hold its final meeting in Washington Capitol.

The committee will vote on criminal referrals to the Department of Justice (DOJ) during its last business meeting on Monday.

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