Although Congress has yet to be sworn in, the jockeying among various factions has long since begun, with battles for leadership positions, committee assignments, and the writing of the rules that govern how the House will operate for the next two years. That last fight is extra important because the rules become the default version for the next Congress, and any faction looking to change them has a harder job than that faction looking to defend the status quo.
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