The House Judiciary Committee is at the forefront of some of the most significant issues facing our nation, including protecting constitutional freedoms and civil liberties, oversight of the U.S. Departments of Justice and Homeland Security, legal and regulatory reform, innovation, competition and anti-trust laws, terrorism and crime, and immigration reform.
The lists below highlight the work done by the House Judiciary Committee and its five subcommittees in the 113th Congress within the framework of aggressive oversight of the Obama Administration, promoting fiscal responsibility, relief from excessive regulation, and encouraging innovation, to name a few.
View the accomplishments of the House Judiciary Committee during the 113th Congress: 113th Congress Accomplishments.
Downloadable version: 113th Congress Accomplishments (PDF)