The Winograd Committee announced on Monday that it would publish records of past meetings on a website.
The announcement followed a decision by the Supreme Court to make committee records public so long as it did not jeopardize the integrity of future committee meetings.
The website is meant to be published before the committee finishes its research, as soon as a body authorized to maintain the site is decided upon.
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