January 4, 2007
WASHINGTON, D.C.---Congressman Charlie Norwood is back at work today.
The 110th Congress was sworn in at the Capitol, and Rep. Norwood was part of that.
He was hospitalized in December to get chemotherapy for cancer and faces several more months of that treatment. It's a common side effect of the lung transplant he had in 2004.
Norwood is now in the minority, as democrats took control of Congress for the first time in 12 years.
They also made history by electing Nancy Pelosi the first woman to be Speaker of the House.
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