WASHINGTON -- The House Banking Committee is going to look a lot different when the 104th Congress starts up in January.

New Republican committee members outnumber the returning lawmakers by a ratio of nearly two to one, and all but two of the newcomers are freshmen. (The others moved to from other panels.)

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