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In recent years, Congress has had several members who have been impeached, and the number of vacancies on the federal judiciary has been a cause of concern.
In addition, Congress often has members who are in office for only one term, such as Representative Ted Lieu of California, who was sworn in as the nation’s first member of Congress on April 1, 2018.
In 2016, Congress passed a bill that limited the power of the president to declare war.
Although the new legislation had broad bipartisan support, its impact on congressional oversight of national security is still uncertain.
Congress has not yet had a full-time chairman since former Representative Walter Jones left the post in January 2020.
But the vacancy on the House Judiciary Committee has been filled by Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
Graham has said that he intends to serve out his term, but his appointment has not been announced.
He is expected to remain in office until 2022.
The vacancy on House Appropriations has been filling by Representative Tom Price of Georgia, who will serve out the remainder of his term.
Price was elected to the House of Representatives in 2016 and has represented Georgia’s third district since joining the House in 2018.
He was re-elected in 2020.
Price’s confirmation hearing will be held in Washington, D.C., on January 16.
The Senate is scheduled to take up Price’s nomination on January 22.
A vacancy on Congress’s Judiciary Committee would likely cause a delay in his confirmation.
There is currently a vacancy on that committee on the Judiciary Committee.
If Price is confirmed, he would become the ninth member of the House to be confirmed by the Senate.
A spokesman for Price declined to comment.
The House will hold its first recess in two weeks, as the Republican-controlled Senate returns from its Easter recess.
The next Senate election is slated for November 2021.