Lawmakers on the New York state Assembly's Judiciary Committee next week will review the report compiled by an outside law firm hired to investigate former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the top Democrat on the panel announced Wednesday. 

The report will be made available to lawmakers on Nov. 18 and Nov. 19, Committee Chairman Charles Lavine said in a statement. Lavine added the investigation, which began as an impeachment inquiry into Cuomo while he was still in office, has concluded.



"The investigation included interviews with 165 witnesses, along with the review of hundreds of thousands of documents, recordings, messages, memos, transcripts and other materials," he said.

News of the report being made available to lawmakers comes as Attorney General Letitia James' office released thousands of pages of transcripts stemming from the investigation of Cuomo into allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct. 

The Assembly's investigation drew in a range of controversies for Cuomo, including the harassment claims as well as the use of government resources to help him write a book about the pandemic, which was released last year.