美国众议院以252对175通过成立1月6日的委员会法案,未通过参议院表决

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The House just voted to approve a bill to create a Jan. 6 commission. Here are key things to know.​

From CNN's Jeremy Herb, Ryan Nobles and Annie Grayer

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The House just voted to approve legislation to create an independent and bipartisan commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

The final vote was 252-175, with 35 Republicans joining Democrats in supporting the legislation.

The top Democrat and Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee struck a deal last week to create the commission, breaking a months-long logjam between House leaders about how to structure the independent panel.

House Homeland Security Chair Bennie Thompson of Mississippi and the panel's ranking Republican, Rep. John Katko of New York, announced on Friday they had reached an agreement for the panel that would be modeled after the 9/11 Commission.

Here are key things to know about the commission:
  • The commission proposed by Thompson and Katko would include a 10-member panel.
  • Half of the commission would be appointed by Democratic congressional leaders, including the chair, and half by Republicans, including the vice chair.
  • The panel will have the power to issue subpoenas if they are signed off by both the chair and vice chair, according to a summary released by the committee.
  • The commission would be tasked with issuing a final report by the end of this year, making it a quick timeline for the panel to put out a final product.
The deal represented a significant bipartisan breakthrough on a proposal that had been stalled for months since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi first proposed a commission to investigate the insurrection at the Capitol in the days after the deadly attack.

What comes next: Supporters of the plan will need at least 10 Republicans in the Senate to join all 50 Democrats in the chamber in order to overcome a 60-vote filibuster and pass the bill. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, like House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy, said he is opposed to the commission. McConnell wouldn't tell reporters Wednesday if he'd actively whip his fellow Republicans against it.

Pelosi strongly suggested today that she would approve a select committee in the House to investigate what led to the Jan. 6 insurrection if a vote to form the commission fails in the Senate.

Read more about the commission here.
 

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还得在参议院通过60票才算数,即找到10位共和党参议员。。。。

Mitch McConnell(赵小兰老公)已经公开反对了。
 

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还得在参议院通过60票才算数,即找到10位共和党参议员。。。。

Mitch McConnell(赵小兰老公)已经公开反对了。
和弹劾一样,在参议院很难通过。
 

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美国参议员们真是辛苦,昨天工作到凌晨三点,这个打算成立调查1月6日国会冲击案的两党委员会表决还是没能进行。

估计可能在今天晚些时候进行。

首先要讨论如何对付日益增长的中国影响问题。
 

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The committee hearing has begun. These are the key players in today's panel.​

From CNN's Daniella Diaz, Melanie Zanona and Aaron Pellish

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The first hearing of the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot just began.

The hearing will feature new video footage from the perspective of police officers who were engaged with the mob during the attack, a source familiar with the planning told CNN. The footage is expected to give viewers new perspectives into what first responders experienced and further underscore to the public the violence that unfolded.

The hearing will also include testimony from police officers who defended the Capitol that day. The witnesses have shared their stories publicly before, which include accounts of being beaten with a flagpole, being the target of racist slurs, being crushed in a door and being tased by the rioters.

These are the key players participating in today's panel:

Witnesses:

  • DC Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges
  • DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone
  • Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn
  • Capitol Police Officer Sgt. Aquilino Gonell
Select committee members:
Democrats (7):

  • Chair Bennie Thompson (Mississippi’s 2nd District)
  • Rep. Zoe Lofgren (California’s 19th District)
  • Rep. Adam Schiff (California’s 28th District)
  • Rep. Pete Aguilar (California’s 31st District)
  • Rep. Stephanie Murphy (Florida’s 7th District)
  • Rep. Jamie Raskin (Maryland’s 8th District)
  • Rep. Elaine Luria (Virginia’s 2nd District)
Republicans (2):
  • Rep. Liz Cheney (Wyoming’s At-Large District)
  • Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Illinois’ 16th District)
Learn more about the committee members here.
 
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