The secret memo detailing alleged government surveillance abuses will be released to the public soon, according to a House Republican.
Rep. Dave Joyce (R-Ohio) said Saturday the House Intelligence Committee “plans to begin” the release process very soon, if not immediately.
The process, he said, might take up to 19 congressional working days. According to the House’s 2018 calendar, that means the earliest the document could be released is sometime in mid-March.
— Dave Joyce (@RepDaveJoyce) January 20, 2018