Waxman Sets Sights On Dingell’s Energy And Commerce Chair
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
One day after Democrats increased their number of seats in the House, Rep. Henry Waxman sent ripples across the majority with a bid to replace Rep. John Dingell as Energy and Commerce Committee chairman
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