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Looks like somebody found a binder. On Friday, Speaker John Boehner announced that Rep. Candice Miller of Michigan will now head the House Administration Committee, after criticism of his all-male lineup of chairmen heading the major committees in the GOP. “In her new post, Candice will provide the leadership needed to keep operating costs down, save taxpayer dollars, and help lawmakers use new technology to better engage with their constituents,” Boehner said in a statement. Barring more last-minute changes, Miller will be the only Republican woman to head a House committee when the 113th Congress convenes Jan. 3.