WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Shelby is not up for reelection this year, but his days as top Republican on the Senate Banking Committee may be numbered.

While much about the next Congress is still undecided ahead of the November elections, Shelby will run up against GOP conference rules unless Republicans seize control of the chamber. Those rules prohibit a member from serving as a committee's ranking member or chairman for more than six years.

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