02:36 in the CNN video Retired generals warn an insurrection could succeed next time, Seung Min Kim, Washington Post White House reporter says (my transcription):
...and obviously this commission is working on a very limited timetable here I think we can all kind-of — if we were all betting men and women we would probably bet that Republicans would take back the house majority in 2022 and their first vote I would bet would be to shut down this commission.
Question: What is the first day that a Republican-led 2022 US congress could actually vote to shut down the January 6th commission. How quickly after that could the commission be effectively curtailed or shut down?
Since the function and day-to-day operations of the US House of representatives is heavily regulated and constrained by written parliamentarian and other procedures, it is conceivable that these will not happen on swearing-in day.
- Wikipedia: January 6 commission:
The National Commission to Investigate the January 6 Attack on the United States Capitol Complex, known colloquially as the January 6 commission, was a proposed commission that would have investigated the 2021 United States Capitol attack. It was proposed on February 15 by Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, who announced that she planned to create a "9/11-type commission".