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Ohio Republican Jim Jordan chairs the House Judiciary Committee, which will lead many of the investigations into the Biden administration this year. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Jim Jordan moves from leadership nemesis to key player in GOP agenda

During his early years in the House, Rep. Jordan pressured Republican leaders to move to the right. Now as Judiciary chairman, he is a key architect in Speaker McCarthy's oversight agenda this year.

Ohio Republican Jim Jordan chairs the House Judiciary Committee, which will lead many of the investigations into the Biden administration this year. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Jim Jordan moves from leadership nemesis to key player in GOP agenda

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