Attorney General Bill Barr testified before the House Appropriations Committee on Tuesday morning.
During his testimony Barr told the committee that the full Mueller Report will be released next week. The report will include four color-coded redaction categories.
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– Grand jury material
– Classified information
– Material tied to ongoing cases
– Information that could harm peripheral third parties
Via Jack Posobiec:
AG Barr has said his original time-table stands and within a week he will be able to release the report to the public. Barr added during his testimony that officials will color code restricted information in the report so that the four categories are distinguished in the public report.
Attorney General William Barr says he "will be in a position to release" the Mueller report to the public, with some redactions, "within a week."
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) April 9, 2019