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House Judiciary Committee to see leadership shift in 2019

The House panel that oversees antitrust policy will have a new leader next year regardless of which party controls the chamber.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte isn’t seeking reelection. Even if he did, Goodlatte would have to give up the chairmanship because of term limits imposed by the Republican caucus. The lawmaker from Virginia has been chairman since 2013 and served in the House since 1985.

If the Republicans keep control of the House, the new chairman will likely be Steven Chabot of Ohio or...

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