The Justice for Kennedy Act (H.R. 637) was introduced in the House on January 30 by Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ1). It would not only require six government departments to publicly release any remaining unreleased JFK assassination records in unredacted form within 30 days of its enactment but also eliminate the prohibitions on releasing Lee Oswald’s tax records and records subject to deeds of gift.
The bill has been referred to the following House Committees: Armed Services, Foreign Affairs, Oversight and Accountability, Judiciary, Ways and Means and the Permanent Select Intelligence. However, it has yet to attract any co-sponsors. Without additional sponsors, it will not move forward to the hearing phase.
We ask you to contact your representative before the House takes its summer recess and ask them to consider becoming a co-sponsor.
The bill summary and details may be accessed at: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/118/hr637/summary
This bill is not about who killed the president but simply about complying with the law and government transparency.
The purpose of the bill is to simply finish the job that Congress demanded 30 years ago when it said the prior 30 years had been enough time!