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1 LIST OF STANDING COMMITTEES AND SELECT COMMITTEES AND THEIR SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES TOGETHER WITH JOINT COMMITTEES OF THE CONGRESS WITH AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE MEMBERS AND THEIR COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS ONE HUNDRED FOURTEENTH CONGRESS Prepared under the direction of KAREN L. HAAS Clerk of the House of Representatives JUNE 9, 2015 WASHINGTON : 2015

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3 C O N T E N T S Standing Committees: Page Agriculture... 1 Appropriations... 4 Armed Services... 7 Budget Education and the Workforce Energy and Commerce Ethics Financial Services Foreign Affairs Homeland Security House Administration Judiciary Natural Resources Rules Science, Space, and Technology Small Business Veterans' Affairs Ways and Means Select Committees: Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Select Committee on the Events Surrounding the 2012 Terrorist Attack in Benghazi Joint Committees of the Congress: Economic Library Printing Taxation Alphabetical List of Members and Their Committee Assignments: Alphabetical List (iii)

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5 STANDING COMMITTEES (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Resident Commissioner and Delegates in boldface) ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STANDING COMMITTEES AGRICULTURE Ratio 26/19 1. K. Michael Conaway, TX, Chairman 2. Bob Goodlatte, VA 3. Frank D. Lucas, OK 4. Steve King, IA 5. Randy Neugebauer, TX, Vice Chairman 6. Mike Rogers, AL 7. Glenn Thompson, PA 8. Bob Gibbs, OH 9. Austin Scott, GA 10. Eric A. Rick Crawford, AR 11. Scott DesJarlais, TN 12. Christopher P. Gibson, NY 13. Vicky Hartzler, MO 14. Dan Benishek, MI 15. Jeff Denham, CA 16. Doug LaMalfa, CA 17. Rodney Davis, IL 18. Ted S. Yoho, FL 19. Jackie Walorski, IN 20. Rick W. Allen, GA 21. Mike Bost, IL 22. David Rouzer, NC 23. Ralph Lee Abraham, LA 24. John R. Moolenaar, MI 25. Dan Newhouse, WA Collin C. Peterson, MN 2. David Scott, GA 3. Jim Costa, CA 4. Timothy J. Walz, MN 5. Marcia L. Fudge, OH 6. James P. McGovern, MA 7. Suzan K. DelBene, WA 8. Filemon Vela, TX 9. Michelle Lujan Grisham, NM 10. Ann M. Kuster, NH 11. Richard M. Nolan, MN 12. Cheri Bustos, IL 13. Sean Patrick Maloney, NY 14. Ann Kirkpatrick, AZ 15. Pete Aguilar, CA 16. Stacey E. Plaskett, VI 17. Alma S. Adams, NC 18. Gwen Graham, FL 19. Brad Ashford, NE (1)

6 2 SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE [The chairman and ranking minority member are ex officio members of all subcommittees.] NUTRITION Jackie Walorski, IN, Chairwoman Randy Neugebauer, TX Glenn Thompson, PA Bob Gibbs, OH Eric A. Rick Crawford, AR Vicky Hartzler, MO Dan Benishek, MI Rodney Davis, IL Ted S. Yoho, FL David Rouzer, NC Ralph Lee Abraham, LA John R. Moolenaar, MI James P. McGovern, MA Marcia L. Fudge, OH Alma S. Adams, NC Michelle Lujan Grisham, NM Pete Aguilar, CA Stacey E. Plaskett, VI Brad Ashford, NE Suzan K. DelBene, WA CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY Glenn Thompson, PA, Chairman Frank D. Lucas, OK Steve King, IA Scott DesJarlais, TN Christopher P. Gibson, NY Dan Benishek, MI Rick W. Allen, GA Mike Bost, IL Michelle Lujan Grisham, NM Ann M. Kuster, NH Richard M. Nolan, MN Suzan K. DelBene, WA Ann Kirkpatrick, AZ GENERAL FARM COMMODITIES AND RISK MANAGEMENT Eric A. Rick Crawford, AR, Chairman Frank D. Lucas, OK Randy Neugebauer, TX Mike Rogers, AL Bob Gibbs, OH Austin Scott, GA Jeff Denham, CA Doug LaMalfa, CA Jackie Walorski, IN Rick W. Allen, GA Mike Bost, IL Ralph Lee Abraham, LA Timothy J. Walz, MN Cheri Bustos, IL Gwen Graham, FL Brad Ashford, NE David Scott, GA Jim Costa, CA Sean Patrick Maloney, NY Ann Kirkpatrick, AZ LIVESTOCK AND FOREIGN AGRICULTURE David Rouzer, NC, Chairman Bob Goodlatte, VA Steve King, IA Scott DesJarlais, TN Vicky Hartzler, MO Ted S. Yoho, FL Dan Newhouse, WA Jim Costa, CA Stacey E. Plaskett, VI Filemon Vela, TX Richard M. Nolan, MN Cheri Bustos, IL

7 3 BIOTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE, AND RESEARCH Rodney Davis, IL, Chairman Glenn Thompson, PA Austin Scott, GA Christopher P. Gibson, NY Jeff Denham, CA Ted S. Yoho, FL John R. Moolenaar, MI Dan Newhouse, WA Suzan K. DelBene, WA Marcia L. Fudge, OH James P. McGovern, MA Ann M. Kuster, NH Gwen Graham, FL COMMODITY EXCHANGES, ENERGY, AND CREDIT Austin Scott, GA, Chairman Bob Goodlatte, VA Frank D. Lucas, OK Randy Neugebauer, TX Mike Rogers, AL Doug LaMalfa, CA Rodney Davis, IL David Scott, GA Filemon Vela, TX Sean Patrick Maloney, NY Ann Kirkpatrick, AZ Pete Aguilar, CA

8 4 APPROPRIATIONS Ratio 30/21 1. Harold Rogers, KY, Chairman 2. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen, NJ 3. Robert B. Aderholt, AL 4. Kay Granger, TX 5. Michael K. Simpson, ID 6. John Abney Culberson, TX 7. Ander Crenshaw, FL 8. John R. Carter, TX 9. Ken Calvert, CA 10. Tom Cole, OK 11. Mario Diaz-Balart, FL 12. Charles W. Dent, PA 13. Tom Graves, GA 14. Kevin Yoder, KS 15. Steve Womack, AR 16. Jeff Fortenberry, NE 17. Thomas J. Rooney, FL 18. Charles J. Chuck Fleischmann, TN 19. Jaime Herrera Beutler, WA 20. David P. Joyce, OH 21. David G. Valadao, CA 22. Andy Harris, MD 23. Martha Roby, AL 24. Mark E. Amodei, NV 25. Chris Stewart, UT 26. E. Scott Rigell, VA 27. David W. Jolly, FL 28. David Young, IA 29. Evan H. Jenkins, WV 30. Steven M. Palazzo, MS 1. Nita M. Lowey, NY 2. Marcy Kaptur, OH 3. Peter J. Visclosky, IN 4. José E. Serrano, NY 5. Rosa L. DeLauro, CT 6. David E. Price, NC 7. Lucille Roybal-Allard, CA 8. Sam Farr, CA 9. Chaka Fattah, PA 10. Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., GA 11. Barbara Lee, CA 12. Michael M. Honda, CA 13. Betty McCollum, MN 14. Steve Israel, NY 15. Tim Ryan, OH 16. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger, MD 17. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, FL 18. Henry Cuellar, TX 19. Chellie Pingree, ME 20. Mike Quigley, IL 21. Derek Kilmer, WA SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS [The chairman and ranking minority member are authorized to sit as members of all subcommittees.] AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES Robert B. Aderholt, AL, Chairman Kevin Yoder, KS Thomas J. Rooney, FL David G. Valadao, CA, Vice Chairman Andy Harris, MD David Young, IA Steven M. Palazzo, MS Sam Farr, CA Rosa L. DeLauro, CT Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., GA Chellie Pingree, ME COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES John Abney Culberson, TX, Chairman Robert B. Aderholt, AL, Vice Chairman John R. Carter, TX Jaime Herrera Beutler, WA Martha Roby, AL David W. Jolly, FL Steven M. Palazzo, MS Chaka Fattah, PA Michael M. Honda, CA José E. Serrano, NY Derek Kilmer, WA

9 5 DEFENSE Rodney P. Frelinghuysen, NJ, Chairman Kay Granger, TX, Vice Chairman Ander Crenshaw, FL Ken Calvert, CA Tom Cole, OK Steve Womack, AR Robert B. Aderholt, AL John R. Carter, TX Mario Diaz-Balart, FL Tom Graves, GA Peter J. Visclosky, IN Betty McCollum, MN Steve Israel, NY Tim Ryan, OH C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger, MD Marcy Kaptur, OH ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES Michael K. Simpson, ID, Chairman Rodney P. Frelinghuysen, NJ Ken Calvert, CA Charles J. Chuck Fleischmann, TN Vice Chairman Jeff Fortenberry, NE Kay Granger, TX Jaime Herrera Beutler, WA David G. Valadao, CA Marcy Kaptur, OH Peter J. Visclosky, IN Michael M. Honda, CA Lucille Roybal-Allard, CA FINANCIAL SERVICES AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT Ander Crenshaw, FL, Chairman Tom Graves, GA Kevin Yoder, KS Steve Womack, AR Jaime Herrera Beutler, WA, Vice Chairman Mark E. Amodei, NV E. Scott Rigell, VA José E. Serrano, NY Mike Quigley, IL Chaka Fattah, PA Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., GA HOMELAND SECURITY John R. Carter, TX, Chairman John Abney Culberson, TX Rodney P. Frelinghuysen, NJ, Vice Chairman Charles J. Chuck Fleischmann, TN Andy Harris, MD Chris Stewart, UT David Young, IA Lucille Roybal-Allard, CA David E. Price, NC Henry Cuellar, TX Marcy Kaptur, OH INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES Ken Calvert, CA, Chairman Michael K. Simpson, ID, Vice Chairman Tom Cole, OK David P. Joyce, OH Chris Stewart, UT Mark E. Amodei, NV Evan H. Jenkins, WV Betty McCollum, MN Chellie Pingree, ME Derek Kilmer, WA Steve Israel, NY

10 6 LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES Tom Cole, OK, Chairman Michael K. Simpson, ID Steve Womack, AR, Vice Chairman Charles J. Chuck Fleischmann, TN Andy Harris, MD Martha Roby, AL Charles W. Dent, PA E. Scott Rigell, VA Rosa L. DeLauro, CT Lucille Roybal-Allard, CA Barbara Lee, CA Chaka Fattah, PA LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Tom Graves, GA, Chairman Mark E. Amodei, NV, Vice Chairman E. Scott Rigell, VA Evan H. Jenkins, WV Steven M. Palazzo, MS Debbie Wasserman Schultz, FL Sam Farr, CA Betty McCollum, MN MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, VETERANS AFFAIRS, AND RELATED AGENCIES Charles W. Dent, PA, Chairman Jeff Fortenberry, NE, Vice Chairman Thomas J. Rooney, FL Martha Roby, AL David G. Valadao, CA David P. Joyce, OH David W. Jolly, FL Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., GA Sam Farr, CA David E. Price, NC Barbara Lee, CA STATE, FOREIGN OPERATIONS, AND RELATED PROGRAMS Kay Granger, TX, Chairwoman Mario Diaz-Balart, FL Charles W. Dent, PA, Vice Chairman Ander Crenshaw, FL Thomas J. Rooney, FL Jeff Fortenberry, NE Chris Stewart, UT Nita M. Lowey, NY Barbara Lee, CA C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger, MD Debbie Wasserman Schultz, FL José E. Serrano, NY TRANSPORTATION, AND HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES Mario Diaz-Balart, FL, Chairman David P. Joyce, OH John Abney Culberson, TX Kevin Yoder, KS, Vice Chairman David W. Jolly, FL David Young, IA Evan H. Jenkins, WV David E. Price, NC Mike Quigley, IL Tim Ryan, OH Henry Cuellar, TX

11 7 ARMED SERVICES Ratio 36/27 1. Mac Thornberry, TX, Chairman 2. Walter B. Jones, NC 3. J. Randy Forbes, VA 4. Jeff Miller, FL 5. Joe Wilson, SC 6. Frank A. LoBiondo, NJ 7. Rob Bishop, UT 8. Michael R. Turner, OH 9. John Kline, MN 10. Mike Rogers, AL 11. Trent Franks, AZ 12. Bill Shuster, PA 13. K. Michael Conaway, TX 14. Doug Lamborn, CO 15. Robert J. Wittman, VA 16. Duncan Hunter, CA 17. John Fleming, LA 18. Mike Coffman, CO 19. Christopher P. Gibson, NY 20. Vicky Hartzler, MO 21. Joseph J. Heck, NV 22. Austin Scott, GA 23. Mo Brooks, AL 24. Richard B. Nugent, FL 25. Paul Cook, CA 26. Jim Bridenstine, OK 27. Brad R. Wenstrup, OH 28. Jackie Walorski, IN 29. Bradley Byrne, AL 30. Sam Graves, MO 31. Ryan K. Zinke, MT 32. Elise M. Stefanik, NY 33. Martha McSally, AZ 34. Stephen Knight, CA 35. Thomas MacArthur, NJ 36. Steve Russell, OK 1. Adam Smith, WA 2. Loretta Sanchez, CA 3. Robert A. Brady, PA 4. Susan A. Davis, CA 5. James R. Langevin, RI 6. Rick Larsen, WA 7. Jim Cooper, TN 8. Madeleine Z. Bordallo, GU 9. Joe Courtney, CT 10. Niki Tsongas, MA 11. John Garamendi, CA 12. Henry C. Hank Johnson, Jr., GA 13. Jackie Speier, CA 14. Joaquin Castro, TX 15. Tammy Duckworth, IL 16. Scott H. Peters, CA 17. Marc A. Veasey, TX 18. Tulsi Gabbard, HI 19. Timothy J. Walz, MN 20. Beto O'Rourke, TX 21. Donald Norcross, NJ 22. Ruben Gallego, AZ 23. Mark Takai, HI 24. Gwen Graham, FL 25. Brad Ashford, NE 26. Seth Moulton, MA 27. Pete Aguilar, CA

12 8 SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES EMERGING THREATS AND CAPABILITIES Joe Wilson, SC, Chairman John Kline, MN Bill Shuster, PA Duncan Hunter, CA Richard B. Nugent, FL Ryan K. Zinke, MT Trent Franks, AZ, Vice Chair Doug Lamborn, CO Mo Brooks, AL Bradley Byrne, AL Elise M. Stefanik, NY James R. Langevin, RI Jim Cooper, TN John Garamendi, CA Joaquin Castro, TX Marc A. Veasey, TX Donald Norcross, NJ Brad Ashford, NE Pete Aguilar, CA MILITARY PERSONNEL Joseph J. Heck, NV, Chairman Walter B. Jones, NC John Kline, MN Mike Coffman, CO Thomas MacArthur, NJ, Vice Chair Elise M. Stefanik, NY Paul Cook, CA Stephen Knight, CA Susan A. Davis, CA Robert A. Brady, PA Niki Tsongas, MA Jackie Speier, CA Timothy J. Walz, MN Beto O'Rourke, TX OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS Vicky Hartzler, MO, Chairwoman Jeff Miller, FL K. Michael Conaway, TX Joseph J. Heck, NV Austin Scott, GA Martha McSally, AZ Jackie Speier, CA Jim Cooper, TN Henry C. Hank Johnson, Jr., GA Gwen Graham, FL READINESS Robert J. Wittman, VA, Chairman Rob Bishop, UT Vicky Hartzler, MO Austin Scott, GA Elise M. Stefanik, NY, Vice Chair Frank A. LoBiondo, NJ Mike Rogers, AL Christopher P. Gibson, NY Richard B. Nugent, FL Brad R. Wenstrup, OH Sam Graves, MO Steve Russell, OK Madeleine Z. Bordallo, GU Susan A. Davis, CA Joe Courtney, CT Joaquin Castro, TX Tammy Duckworth, IL Scott H. Peters, CA Tulsi Gabbard, HI Beto O'Rourke, TX Ruben Gallego, AZ

13 9 SEAPOWER AND PROJECTION FORCES J. Randy Forbes, VA, Chairman K. Michael Conaway, TX Bradley Byrne, AL Robert J. Wittman, VA Duncan Hunter, CA, Vice Chair Vicky Hartzler, MO Paul Cook, CA Jim Bridenstine, OK Jackie Walorski, IN Ryan K. Zinke, MT Stephen Knight, CA Steve Russell, OK Joe Courtney, CT James R. Langevin, RI Rick Larsen, WA Madeleine Z. Bordallo, GU Henry C. Hank Johnson, Jr., GA Scott H. Peters, CA Tulsi Gabbard, HI Gwen Graham, FL Seth Moulton, MA STRATEGIC FORCES Mike Rogers, AL, Chairman Trent Franks, AZ Doug Lamborn, CO, Vice Chair Mike Coffman, CO Mo Brooks, AL Jim Bridenstine, OK J. Randy Forbes, VA Rob Bishop, UT Michael R. Turner, OH John Fleming, LA Jim Cooper, TN Loretta Sanchez, CA Rick Larsen, WA John Garamendi, CA Mark Takai, HI Brad Ashford, NE Pete Aguilar, CA TACTICAL AIR AND LAND FORCES Michael R. Turner, OH, Chairman Frank A. LoBiondo, NJ John Fleming, LA Christopher P. Gibson, NY Paul Cook, CA, Vice Chair Brad R. Wenstrup, OH Jackie Walorski, IN Sam Graves, MO Martha McSally, AZ Stephen Knight, CA Thomas MacArthur, NJ Walter B. Jones, NC Joe Wilson, SC Loretta Sanchez, CA Niki Tsongas, MA Henry C. Hank Johnson, Jr., GA Tammy Duckworth, IL Marc A. Veasey, TX Timothy J. Walz, MN Donald Norcross, NJ Ruben Gallego, AZ Mark Takai, HI Gwen Graham, FL Seth Moulton, MA

14 10 BUDGET Ratio 22/14 1. Tom Price, GA, Chairman 2. Scott Garrett, NJ 3. Mario Diaz-Balart, FL 4. Tom Cole, OK 5. Tom McClintock, CA 6. Diane Black, TN 7. Todd Rokita, IN, Vice Chairman 8. Rob Woodall, GA 9. Marsha Blackburn, TN 10. Vicky Hartzler, MO 11. Tom Rice, SC 12. Marlin A. Stutzman, IN 13. Mark Sanford, SC 14. Steve Womack, AR 15. Dave Brat, VA 16. Rod Blum, IA 17. Alexander X. Mooney, WV 18. Glenn Grothman, WI 19. Gary J. Palmer, AL 20. John R. Moolenaar, MI 21. Bruce Westerman, AR 22. Vern Buchanan, FL 1. Chris Van Hollen, MD 2. John A. Yarmuth, KY 3. Bill Pascrell, Jr., NJ 4. Tim Ryan, OH 5. Gwen Moore, WI 6. Kathy Castor, FL 7. Jim McDermott, WA 8. Barbara Lee, CA 9. Mark Pocan, WI 10. Michelle Lujan Grisham, NM 11. Debbie Dingell, MI 12. Ted Lieu, CA 13. Donald Norcross, NJ 14. Seth Moulton, MA

15 11 EDUCATION AND THE WORKFORCE Ratio 22/16 1. John Kline, MN, Chairman 2. Joe Wilson, SC 3. Virginia Foxx, NC 4. Duncan Hunter, CA 5. David P. Roe, TN 6. Glenn Thompson, PA 7. Tim Walberg, MI 8. Matt Salmon, AZ 9. Brett Guthrie, KY 10. Todd Rokita, IN 11. Lou Barletta, PA 12. Joseph J. Heck, NV 13. Luke Messer, IN 14. Bradley Byrne, AL 15. Dave Brat, VA 16. Earl L. Buddy Carter, GA 17. Mike Bishop, MI 18. Glenn Grothman, WI 19. Steve Russell, OK 20. Carlos Curbelo, FL 21. Elise M. Stefanik, NY 22. Rick W. Allen, GA 1. Robert C. Bobby Scott, VA 2. Rubén Hinojosa, TX 3. Susan A. Davis, CA 4. Raúl M. Grijalva, AZ 5. Joe Courtney, CT 6. Marcia L. Fudge, OH 7. Jared Polis, CO 8. Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, MP 9. Frederica S. Wilson, FL 10. Suzanne Bonamici, OR 11. Mark Pocan, WI 12. Mark Takano, CA 13. Hakeem S. Jeffries, NY 14. Katherine M. Clark, MA 15. Alma S. Adams, NC 16. Mark DeSaulnier, CA SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND THE WORKFORCE [The chairman and the ranking minority member are ex officio, non-voting members of all subcommittees to which they are not assigned.] EARLY CHILDHOOD, ELEMENTARY, AND SECONDARY EDUCATION Todd Rokita, IN, Chairman Duncan Hunter, CA Glenn Thompson, PA Dave Brat, VA Earl L. Buddy Carter, GA Mike Bishop, MI Glenn Grothman, WI Steve Russell, OK Carlos Curbelo, FL Marcia L. Fudge, OH Susan A. Davis, CA Raúl M. Grijalva, AZ Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, MP Suzanne Bonamici, OR Mark Takano, CA Katherine M. Clark, MA WORKFORCE PROTECTIONS Tim Walberg, MI, Chairman Duncan Hunter, CA Glenn Thompson, PA Todd Rokita, IN Dave Brat, VA Mike Bishop, MI Steve Russell, OK Elise M. Stefanik, NY Frederica S. Wilson, FL Mark Pocan, WI Katherine M. Clark, MA Alma S. Adams, NC Mark DeSaulnier, CA Marcia L. Fudge, OH

16 12 HIGHER EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE TRAINING Virginia Foxx, NC, Chairwoman David P. Roe, TN Matt Salmon, AZ Brett Guthrie, KY Lou Barletta, PA Joseph J. Heck, NV Luke Messer, IN Bradley Byrne, AL Carlos Curbelo, FL Elise M. Stefanik, NY Rick W. Allen, GA Rubén Hinojosa, TX Hakeem S. Jeffries, NY Alma S. Adams, NC Mark DeSaulnier, CA Susan A. Davis, CA Raúl M. Grijalva, AZ Joe Courtney, CT Jared Polis, CO HEALTH, EMPLOYMENT, LABOR, AND PENSIONS David P. Roe, TN, Chairman Joe Wilson, SC Virginia Foxx, NC Tim Walberg, MI Matt Salmon, AZ Brett Guthrie, KY Lou Barletta, PA Joseph J. Heck, NV Luke Messer, IN Bradley Byrne, AL Earl L. Buddy Carter, GA Glenn Grothman, WI Rick W. Allen, GA Jared Polis, CO Joe Courtney, CT Mark Pocan, WI Rubén Hinojosa, TX Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, MP Frederica S. Wilson, FL Suzanne Bonamici, OR Mark Takano, CA Hakeem S. Jeffries, NY Robert C. Bobby Scott, VA

17 13 ENERGY AND COMMERCE Ratio 31/23 1. Fred Upton, MI, Chairman 2. Joe Barton, TX 3. Ed Whitfield, KY 4. John Shimkus, IL 5. Joseph R. Pitts, PA 6. Greg Walden, OR 7. Tim Murphy, PA 8. Michael C. Burgess, TX 9. Marsha Blackburn, TN, Vice Chairman 10. Steve Scalise, LA 11. Robert E. Latta, OH 12. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, WA 13. Gregg Harper, MS 14. Leonard Lance, NJ 15. Brett Guthrie, KY 16. Pete Olson, TX 17. David B. McKinley, WV 18. Mike Pompeo, KS 19. Adam Kinzinger, IL 20. H. Morgan Griffith, VA 21. Gus M. Bilirakis, FL 22. Bill Johnson, OH 23. Billy Long, MO 24. Renee L. Ellmers, NC 25. Larry Bucshon, IN 26. Bill Flores, TX 27. Susan W. Brooks, IN 28. Markwayne Mullin, OK 29. Richard Hudson, NC 30. Chris Collins, NY 31. Kevin Cramer, ND 1. Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ 2. Bobby L. Rush, IL 3. Anna G. Eshoo, CA 4. Eliot L. Engel, NY 5. Gene Green, TX 6. Diana DeGette, CO 7. Lois Capps, CA 8. Michael F. Doyle, PA 9. Janice D. Schakowsky, IL 10. G. K. Butterfield, NC 11. Doris O. Matsui, CA 12. Kathy Castor, FL 13. John P. Sarbanes, MD 14. Jerry McNerney, CA 15. Peter Welch, VT 16. Ben Ray Luján, NM 17. Paul Tonko, NY 18. John A. Yarmuth, KY 19. Yvette D. Clarke, NY 20. David Loebsack, IA 21. Kurt Schrader, OR 22. Joseph P. Kennedy III, MA 23. Tony Cárdenas, CA

18 14 SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND COMMERCE [The chairman and ranking minority member are ex officio members, with vote, of all subcommittees.] COMMERCE, MANUFACTURING, AND TRADE Michael C. Burgess, TX, Chairman Leonard Lance, NJ, Vice Chairman Marsha Blackburn, TN Gregg Harper, MS Brett Guthrie, KY Pete Olson, TX Mike Pompeo, KS Adam Kinzinger, IL Gus M. Bilirakis, FL Susan W. Brooks, IN Markwayne Mullin, OK Fred Upton, MI, Ex Officio Janice D. Schakowsky, IL Yvette D. Clarke, NY Joseph P. Kennedy III, MA Tony Cárdenas, CA Bobby L. Rush, IL G. K. Butterfield, NC Peter Welch, VT Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ, Ex Officio COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY Greg Walden, OR, Chairman Robert E. Latta, OH, Vice Chairman John Shimkus, IL Marsha Blackburn, TN Steve Scalise, LA Leonard Lance, NJ Brett Guthrie, KY Pete Olson, TX Mike Pompeo, KS Adam Kinzinger, IL Gus M. Bilirakis, FL Bill Johnson, OH Billy Long, MO Renee L. Ellmers, NC Chris Collins, NY Kevin Cramer, ND Joe Barton, TX Fred Upton, MI, Ex Officio Anna G. Eshoo, CA Michael F. Doyle, PA Peter Welch, VT John A. Yarmuth, KY Yvette D. Clarke, NY David Loebsack, IA Bobby L. Rush, IL Diana DeGette, CO G. K. Butterfield, NC Doris O. Matsui, CA Jerry McNerney, CA Ben Ray Luján, NM Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ, Ex Officio ENERGY AND POWER Ed Whitfield, KY, Chairman Pete Olson, TX, Vice Chairman John Shimkus, IL Joseph R. Pitts, PA Robert E. Latta, OH Gregg Harper, MS David B. McKinley, WV Mike Pompeo, KS Adam Kinzinger, IL H. Morgan Griffith, VA Bill Johnson, OH Billy Long, MO Renee L. Ellmers, NC Bill Flores, TX Markwayne Mullin, OK Richard Hudson, NC Joe Barton, TX Fred Upton, MI, Ex Officio Bobby L. Rush, IL Jerry McNerney, CA Paul Tonko, NY Eliot L. Engel, NY Gene Green, TX Lois Capps, CA Michael F. Doyle, PA Kathy Castor, FL John P. Sarbanes, MD Peter Welch, VT John A. Yarmuth, KY David Loebsack, IA Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ, Ex Officio

19 15 ENVIRONMENT AND THE ECONOMY John Shimkus, IL, Chairman Gregg Harper, MS, Vice Chairman Ed Whitfield, KY Joseph R. Pitts, PA Tim Murphy, PA Robert E. Latta, OH David B. McKinley, WV Bill Johnson, OH Larry Bucshon, IN Bill Flores, TX Richard Hudson, NC Kevin Cramer, ND Fred Upton, MI, Ex Officio Paul Tonko, NY Kurt Schrader, OR Gene Green, TX Diana DeGette, CO Lois Capps, CA Michael F. Doyle, PA Jerry McNerney, CA Tony Cárdenas, CA Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ, Ex Officio HEALTH Joseph R. Pitts, PA, Chairman Brett Guthrie, KY, Vice Chairman Ed Whitfield, KY John Shimkus, IL Tim Murphy, PA Michael C. Burgess, TX Marsha Blackburn, TN Cathy McMorris Rodgers, WA Leonard Lance, NJ H. Morgan Griffith, VA Gus M. Bilirakis, FL Billy Long, MO Renee L. Ellmers, NC Larry Bucshon, IN Susan W. Brooks, IN Chris Collins, NY Joe Barton, TX Fred Upton, MI, Ex Officio Gene Green, TX Eliot L. Engel, NY Lois Capps, CA Janice D. Schakowsky, IL G. K. Butterfield, NC Kathy Castor, FL John P. Sarbanes, MD Doris O. Matsui, CA Ben Ray Luján, NM Kurt Schrader, OR Joseph P. Kennedy III, MA Tony Cárdenas, CA Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ, Ex Officio OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS Tim Murphy, PA, Chairman David B. McKinley, WV, Vice Chairman Michael C. Burgess, TX Marsha Blackburn, TN H. Morgan Griffith, VA Larry Bucshon, IN Bill Flores, TX Susan W. Brooks, IN Markwayne Mullin, OK Richard Hudson, NC Chris Collins, NY Kevin Cramer, ND Joe Barton, TX Fred Upton, MI, Ex Officio Diana DeGette, CO Janice D. Schakowsky, IL Kathy Castor, FL Paul Tonko, NY John A. Yarmuth, KY Yvette D. Clarke, NY Joseph P. Kennedy III, MA Gene Green, TX Peter Welch, VT Frank Pallone, Jr., NJ, Ex Officio

20 16 ETHICS Ratio 5/5 1. Charles W. Dent, PA, Chairman 2. Patrick Meehan, PA 3. Trey Gowdy, SC 4. Susan W. Brooks, IN 5. Kenny Marchant, TX 1. Linda T. Sánchez, CA 2. Michael E. Capuano, MA 3. Yvette D. Clarke, NY 4. Theodore E. Deutch, FL 5. John B. Larson, CT

21 17 FINANCIAL SERVICES Ratio 34/26 1. Jeb Hensarling, TX, Chairman 2. Peter T. King, NY 3. Edward R. Royce, CA 4. Frank D. Lucas, OK 5. Scott Garrett, NJ 6. Randy Neugebauer, TX 7. Patrick T. McHenry, NC, Vice Chairman 8. Stevan Pearce, NM 9. Bill Posey, FL 10. Michael G. Fitzpatrick, PA 11. Lynn A. Westmoreland, GA 12. Blaine Luetkemeyer, MO 13. Bill Huizenga, MI 14. Sean P. Duffy, WI 15. Robert Hurt, VA 16. Steve Stivers, OH 17. Stephen Lee Fincher, TN 18. Marlin A. Stutzman, IN 19. Mick Mulvaney, SC 20. Randy Hultgren, IL 21. Dennis A. Ross, FL 22. Robert Pittenger, NC 23. Ann Wagner, MO 24. Andy Barr, KY 25. Keith J. Rothfus, PA 26. Luke Messer, IN 27. David Schweikert, AZ 28. Frank C. Guinta, NH 29. Scott R. Tipton, CO 30. Roger Williams, TX 31. Bruce Poliquin, ME 32. Mia B. Love, UT 33. J. French Hill, AR 34. Tom Emmer, MN 1. Maxine Waters, CA 2. Carolyn B. Maloney, NY 3. Nydia M. Velázquez, NY 4. Brad Sherman, CA 5. Gregory W. Meeks, NY 6. Michael E. Capuano, MA 7. Rubén Hinojosa, TX 8. Wm. Lacy Clay, MO 9. Stephen F. Lynch, MA 10. David Scott, GA 11. Al Green, TX 12. Emanuel Cleaver, MO 13. Gwen Moore, WI 14. Keith Ellison, MN 15. Ed Perlmutter, CO 16. James A. Himes, CT 17. John C. Carney, Jr., DE 18. Terri A. Sewell, AL 19. Bill Foster, IL 20. Daniel T. Kildee, MI 21. Patrick Murphy, FL 22. John K. Delaney, MD 23. Kyrsten Sinema, AZ 24. Joyce Beatty, OH 25. Denny Heck, WA 26. Juan Vargas, CA

22 18 SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCIAL SERVICES CAPITAL MARKETS AND GOVERNMENT SPONSORED ENTERPRISES Scott Garrett, NJ, Chairman Robert Hurt, VA, Vice Chairman Peter T. King, NY Edward R. Royce, CA Randy Neugebauer, TX Patrick T. McHenry, NC Bill Huizenga, MI Sean P. Duffy, WI Steve Stivers, OH Stephen Lee Fincher, TN Randy Hultgren, IL Dennis A. Ross, FL Ann Wagner, MO Luke Messer, IN David Schweikert, AZ Bruce Poliquin, ME J. French Hill, AR Jeb Hensarling, TX, Ex Officio Carolyn B. Maloney, NY Brad Sherman, CA Rubén Hinojosa, TX Stephen F. Lynch, MA Ed Perlmutter, CO David Scott, GA James A. Himes, CT Keith Ellison, MN Bill Foster, IL Gregory W. Meeks, NY John C. Carney, Jr., DE Terri A. Sewell, AL Patrick Murphy, FL Maxine Waters, CA, Ex Officio FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND CONSUMER CREDIT Randy Neugebauer, TX, Chairman Stevan Pearce, NM, Vice Chairman Frank D. Lucas, OK Bill Posey, FL Michael G. Fitzpatrick, PA Lynn A. Westmoreland, GA Blaine Luetkemeyer, MO Marlin A. Stutzman, IN Mick Mulvaney, SC Robert Pittenger, NC Andy Barr, KY Keith J. Rothfus, PA Frank C. Guinta, NH Scott R. Tipton, CO Roger Williams, TX Mia B. Love, UT Jeb Hensarling, TX, Ex Officio Wm. Lacy Clay, MO Gregory W. Meeks, NY Rubén Hinojosa, TX David Scott, GA Carolyn B. Maloney, NY Nydia M. Velázquez, NY Brad Sherman, CA Stephen F. Lynch, MA Michael E. Capuano, MA John K. Delaney, MD Denny Heck, WA Kyrsten Sinema, AZ Juan Vargas, CA Maxine Waters, CA, Ex Officio HOUSING AND INSURANCE Blaine Luetkemeyer, MO, Chairman Lynn A. Westmoreland, GA, Vice Chairman Edward R. Royce, CA Scott Garrett, NJ Stevan Pearce, NM Robert Hurt, VA Steve Stivers, OH Dennis A. Ross, FL Andy Barr, KY Keith J. Rothfus, PA Roger Williams, TX Jeb Hensarling, TX, Ex Officio Emanuel Cleaver, MO Nydia M. Velázquez, NY Michael E. Capuano, MA Wm. Lacy Clay, MO Al Green, TX Gwen Moore, WI Keith Ellison, MN Joyce Beatty, OH Daniel T. Kildee, MI Maxine Waters, CA, Ex Officio

23 19 MONETARY POLICY AND TRADE Bill Huizenga, MI, Chairman Mick Mulvaney, SC, Vice Chairman Frank D. Lucas, OK Stevan Pearce, NM Bill Posey, FL Lynn A. Westmoreland, GA Marlin A. Stutzman, IN Robert Pittenger, NC Luke Messer, IN David Schweikert, AZ Frank C. Guinta, NH Mia B. Love, UT Jeb Hensarling, TX, Ex Officio Gwen Moore, WI Bill Foster, IL Ed Perlmutter, CO James A. Himes, CT John C. Carney, Jr., DE Terri A. Sewell, AL Patrick Murphy, FL Daniel T. Kildee, MI Denny Heck, WA Maxine Waters, CA, Ex Officio OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS Sean P. Duffy, WI, Chairman Michael G. Fitzpatrick, PA, Vice Chairman Peter T. King, NY Patrick T. McHenry, NC Robert Hurt, VA Stephen Lee Fincher, TN Mick Mulvaney, SC Randy Hultgren, IL Ann Wagner, MO Scott R. Tipton, CO Bruce Poliquin, ME J. French Hill, AR Jeb Hensarling, TX, Ex Officio Al Green, TX Michael E. Capuano, MA Emanuel Cleaver, MO Keith Ellison, MN John K. Delaney, MD Joyce Beatty, OH Denny Heck, WA Kyrsten Sinema, AZ Juan Vargas, CA Maxine Waters, CA, Ex Officio

24 20 FOREIGN AFFAIRS Ratio 25/19 1. Edward R. Royce, CA, Chairman 2. Christopher H. Smith, NJ 3. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, FL 4. Dana Rohrabacher, CA 5. Steve Chabot, OH 6. Joe Wilson, SC 7. Michael T. McCaul, TX 8. Ted Poe, TX 9. Matt Salmon, AZ 10. Darrell E. Issa, CA 11. Tom Marino, PA 12. Jeff Duncan, SC 13. Mo Brooks, AL 14. Paul Cook, CA 15. Randy K. Weber, Sr., TX 16. Scott Perry, PA 17. Ron DeSantis, FL 18. Mark Meadows, NC 19. Ted S. Yoho, FL 20. Curt Clawson, FL 21. Scott DesJarlais, TN 22. Reid J. Ribble, WI 23. David A. Trott, MI 24. Lee M. Zeldin, NY 25. Daniel M. Donovan, Jr., NY 1. Eliot L. Engel, NY 2. Brad Sherman, CA 3. Gregory W. Meeks, NY 4. Albio Sires, NJ 5. Gerald E. Connolly, VA 6. Theodore E. Deutch, FL 7. Brian Higgins, NY 8. Karen Bass, CA 9. William R. Keating, MA 10. David N. Cicilline, RI 11. Alan Grayson, FL 12. Ami Bera, CA 13. Alan S. Lowenthal, CA 14. Grace Meng, NY 15. Lois Frankel, FL 16. Tulsi Gabbard, HI 17. Joaquin Castro, TX 18. Robin L. Kelly, IL 19. Brendan F. Boyle, PA SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS [The chairman and ranking minority member may attend the meetings and participate in the activities of all subcommittees except for voting and being counted for a quorum.] AFRICA, GLOBAL HEALTH, GLOBAL HUMAN RIGHTS, AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Christopher H. Smith, NJ, Chair Mark Meadows, NC Curt Clawson, FL Scott DesJarlais, TN Karen Bass, CA David N. Cicilline, RI Ami Bera, CA ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Matt Salmon, AZ, Chair Dana Rohrabacher, CA Steve Chabot, OH Tom Marino, PA Jeff Duncan, SC Mo Brooks, AL Scott Perry, PA Scott DesJarlais, TN Brad Sherman, CA Ami Bera, CA Tulsi Gabbard, HI Alan S. Lowenthal, CA Gerald E. Connolly, VA Grace Meng, NY EUROPE, EURASIA, AND EMERGING THREATS Dana Rohrabacher, CA, Chair Ted Poe, TX Tom Marino, PA Mo Brooks, AL Paul Cook, CA Randy K. Weber, Sr., TX Reid J. Ribble, WI David A. Trott, MI Gregory W. Meeks, NY Albio Sires, NJ Theodore E. Deutch, FL William R. Keating, MA Lois Frankel, FL Tulsi Gabbard, HI

25 21 THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, FL, Chair Steve Chabot, OH Joe Wilson, SC Darrell E. Issa, CA Randy K. Weber, Sr., TX Ron DeSantis, FL Mark Meadows, NC Ted S. Yoho, FL Curt Clawson, FL David A. Trott, MI Lee M. Zeldin, NY Theodore E. Deutch, FL Gerald E. Connolly, VA Brian Higgins, NY David N. Cicilline, RI Alan Grayson, FL Grace Meng, NY Lois Frankel, FL Brendan F. Boyle, PA TERRORISM, NONPROLIFERATION, AND TRADE Ted Poe, TX, Chair Joe Wilson, SC Darrell E. Issa, CA Paul Cook, CA Scott Perry, PA Reid J. Ribble, WI Lee M. Zeldin, NY William R. Keating, MA Brad Sherman, CA Brian Higgins, NY Joaquin Castro, TX Robin L. Kelly, IL THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE Jeff Duncan, SC, Chair Christopher H. Smith, NJ Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, FL Michael T. McCaul, TX Matt Salmon, AZ Ron DeSantis, FL Ted S. Yoho, FL Albio Sires, NJ Joaquin Castro, TX Robin L. Kelly, IL Gregory W. Meeks, NY Alan Grayson, FL Alan S. Lowenthal, CA

26 22 HOMELAND SECURITY Ratio 18/12 1. Michael T. McCaul, TX, Chairman 2. Lamar Smith, TX 3. Peter T. King, NY 4. Mike Rogers, AL 5. Candice S. Miller, MI, Vice Chair 6. Jeff Duncan, SC 7. Tom Marino, PA 8. Lou Barletta, PA 9. Scott Perry, PA 10. Curt Clawson, FL 11. John Katko, NY 12. Will Hurd, TX 13. Earl L. Buddy Carter, GA 14. Mark Walker, NC 15. Barry Loudermilk, GA 16. Martha McSally, AZ 17. John Ratcliffe, TX 18. Daniel M. Donovan, Jr., NY 1. Bennie G. Thompson, MS 2. Loretta Sanchez, CA 3. Sheila Jackson Lee, TX 4. James R. Langevin, RI 5. Brian Higgins, NY 6. Cedric L. Richmond, LA 7. William R. Keating, MA 8. Donald M. Payne, Jr., NJ 9. Filemon Vela, TX 10. Bonnie Watson Coleman, NJ 11. Kathleen M. Rice, NY 12. Norma J. Torres, CA SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE COMMITTEE ON HOMELAND SECURITY COUNTERTERRORISM AND INTELLIGENCE Peter T. King, NY, Chairman Candice S. Miller, MI Lou Barletta, PA John Katko, NY Will Hurd, TX Michael T. McCaul, TX, Ex Officio Brian Higgins, NY William R. Keating, MA Filemon Vela, TX Bennie G. Thompson, MS, Ex Officio BORDER AND MARITIME SECURITY Candice S. Miller, MI, Chairman Lamar Smith, TX Mike Rogers, AL Jeff Duncan, SC Lou Barletta, PA Will Hurd, TX Martha McSally, AZ Michael T. McCaul, TX, Ex Officio Filemon Vela, TX Loretta Sanchez, CA Sheila Jackson Lee, TX Brian Higgins, NY Norma J. Torres, CA Bennie G. Thompson, MS, Ex Officio OVERSIGHT AND MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY Scott Perry, PA, Chairman Jeff Duncan, SC Curt Clawson, FL Earl L. Buddy Carter, GA Barry Loudermilk, GA Michael T. McCaul, TX, Ex Officio Bonnie Watson Coleman, NJ Cedric L. Richmond, LA Norma J. Torres, CA Bennie G. Thompson, MS, Ex Officio TRANSPORTATION SECURITY John Katko, NY, Chairman Mike Rogers, AL Earl L. Buddy Carter, GA Mark Walker, NC John Ratcliffe, TX Michael T. McCaul, TX, Ex Officio Kathleen M. Rice, NY William R. Keating, MA Donald M. Payne, Jr., NJ Bennie G. Thompson, MS, Ex Officio

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