People who track politics say the majority in Congress could switch next year from Democratic to Republican. If that's the case, that prospect will drive the Democrats' oversight agenda for the rest of 2022. Some congressional leaders have laid out their agendas on paper. For what agencies can expect, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Hogan Lovells attorney and former House Foreign Affairs Committee staff member Ari Fridman.
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