US Attorney General Merrick Garland, center, listens to a question during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, November 30. The Justice Department is seeking access to “all” transcripts and other evidence collected in the House’s investigation of last year’s attack on the US Capitol, Garland said in response to a question from CNN’s Evan Perez. During this news conference, Garland also put the spotlight on several other cases brought by the department — including new litigation related to the Jackson, Mississippi, water crisis — that he said encapsulated the department’s commitment to the rule of law, public safety and the protection of civil rights.
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