WASHINGTON -- The House committee that oversees the District of Columbia is not expected to survive when congressional leadership shifts to the Republicans next year.

The Committee on the District of Columbia will probably be abolished, and a new subcommittee of the House Committee on Government Operations may be formed instead to authorize legislation affecting the district, congressional aides said. But nothing has been settled about any legislative panel, and that includes the district committee, aides said.

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