This resolution of inquiry would request information and records from the White House and the State Dept. related to the meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland. Specifically, it would request all relevant documents, communications, recordings, transcripts, summaries, notes, memos, and read-aheads.
A resolution of inquiry has privileged status in the House. It would allow the relevant committee 14 legislative days (congressional workdays) to address the inquiry by reporting it favorably to the House floor, reject it, or revise it. If it chooses not to act within that time period, its sponsor could discharge it (meaning it gets pulled out of committee) so that the House as a whole can then vote on it.