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The Judiciary Committee Is the Most Important House Committee You've Never Heard Of

December 11, 2013

It might be the most important committee you've never heard of. 

The House Judiciary Committee covers a wide range of issues, and although many of them are quite controversial, the Judiciary has a record of bipartisan progress on big legislation. The committee is the focus of National Journal Daily's special issue.

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