Now that voters have had their say, new and returning lawmakers are running their own popularity contest to determine who sits where and controls which appropriations or policymaking in the next, 113th session of Congress. Consequently, leading candidates are making their positions clearer on certain issues, leading to interesting insights normally glossed over. For instance, Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.), running to be chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, says the ...

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