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Politics & Government
After nearly a year of investigation, interviewing more than 1,000 witnesses and reviewing more than 125,000 records, the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol is conducting a series of public hearings to present its findings to the American people.JPR has gathered related NPR stories, and video of the hearings, on this page as a resource on this extraordinary event in American history, and on the ongoing threat to our democracy.

VIDEO: The fourth Jan. 6th House Select Committee public hearing (June 21, 2022).

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Arizona State Representative Russell Bowers (R) testifies on Tuesday, June 21, before the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. Bowers described how pro-Trump demonstrators come to his home on weekends, threatening him, his family and his neighbors because he refused to go along with a scheme to install fake electors for Trump during the 2020 election.