Feinstein to Step Down as Top Democrat on Senate Judiciary Committee
Durbin announces bid to replace her
en. Dianne Feinstein
(D-Calif.) announced late Monday that she will not be seeking a leadership position in the Senate Judiciary Committee
, after which Sen. Dick Durbin
(D-Ill.) signaled that he will seek the position.
The 87-year-old congresswoman announced, “After serving as the lead Democrat on the Judiciary Committee for four years, I will not seek the chairmanship or ranking member position in the next Congress.”
Feinstein has been the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee since 2017, prior to which she was chair and vice-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, as well as chair of the Senate Rules Committee. She will still be a member of the committees in 2021 and remain on the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Feinstein announced that she is looking forward to serve as a senior Democrat these committees, where she hopes to work on issues surrounding “gun safety, immigration reform, and addressing inequities in criminal justice.”
She also listed COVID-19, combat….
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