Opening Day of Congress: Dold back, Durbin starts 4th Senate term

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WASHINGTON–The new Congress is sworn-in on Tuesday and the Illinois highlights includes the return of Republican Rep.-elect Bob Dold to the House after reclaiming in November the 10th District seat he lost in 2012 and Democrat Sen. Dick Durbin starting his 4th term.

A guide to what happens on the opening day in the Senate and other procedures is HERE.

The oath of office and other Congressional first day history is HERE.

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