(CNN) – Minnesota Sen.-elect Al Franken is set to have a busy first few weeks on the job.
The Democrat said Tuesday he's been told he will serve on the Judiciary Committee - the panel which will hear testimony from Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotmayor on her appointment to the high court.
Franken told reporters Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid also told him he will serve on the Senate Committee of Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, and the Senate Special Committee on Aging.
Change????? The power to destroy stability. Ask Obama.
Thank God that circus in over and done with!
keep going 2010 elections will b the start to Congssional purification..
Job well done.Now onward and finish Limbaugh,he will be the cherry on top.
Will he be the Court Jester?
You people actually take this guy seriously?
That's great, we need a COMEDIAN on Judciary and HEALTH SENAT COMMITTEES....the democrats are literally a JOKE now...
If you can prop Senator Byrd up with a stick, you'll have a fillibuster proof majority.
So send in the (Democratic) clowns.
He will serve us well.