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November 10, 2022

Armed Services Panels Face Big Post-Election Shake-Ups


Public Policy & Regulation attorney Daniel Sennott was quoted in a Law360 article about the significant changes that the House Armed Services Committee faces after the midterm elections. As a result of the elections, nearly a quarter of the committee's 31 Democratic members, including three subcommittee chairs, will be out in 2023. Mr. Sennott spoke about the joint efforts between the committee's top Republican, Mike Rogers, and Adam Smith, the committee's Democratic leader.

"I think those two, as has been demonstrated over the last year and a half, almost two years, have worked well together, they have worked in a bipartisan manner," he said. "And so, I would fully anticipate that that is going to continue into the new Congress."

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