Congressman Russell Fry To Join House Judiciary Committee

The new Committee member was sworn into Congress on January 7th.

On Monday night, Congressman Russell Fry, announced that he will be serving on the House Judiciary Committee.

Through a tweet, Fry said he is honored to be selected and for the opportunity to work alongside Chairman, Jim Jordan.

Fry said, “we will provide transparency for the American people and oversee the Administration of Justice in our federal courts, Administrative Bodies, and Law Enforcement Agencies.”

The new Committee member was sworn into Congress on January 7th.