(Salem, OR) -- Republicans in the Oregon legislature want details of the investigation into the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission released. Senator Tim Knopp says there needs to be an independent investigation. The Oregon Attorney General is currently investigating allegations that OLCC executives, and others, were keeping rare bourbons for themselves. Knopp also says the list of people involved should be released. It's expected to include lawmakers, public officials, and management at OLCC. Knopp has made a public records request to get the list.