The House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a resolution that calls for the details of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation to be made public. The vote was 420-0 with four Republicans simply voting "present."
The nonbinding measure will head to the Senate for its approval now.
Mueller is required to give his final report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General William Barr.
But during his confirmation hearing, Barr wouldn't promise that Mueller's findings would be made public. And since then, Democrats have been working hard to guarantee its release.
It's unclear exactly when Mueller plans to deliver his findings to Barr, but several reports say that day is fast approaching.