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CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES, 111 TH CONGRESS, 2009-2010 STANDING COMMITTEES House of Representatives Senate Appropriations (37-23) Appropriations (17-13) Energy and Commerce (36-23) Armed Services (15-11) Rules (9-4) Finance (13-10) Ways and Means (26-15) Foreign Relations (11-8) Agriculture (28-18) Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry (12-9) Armed Services (37-25) Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs (13-10) Budget (24-15) Budget (13-10) Education and Labor (29-19) Commerce, Science, Transportation (14-11) Financial Services (42-29) Energy & Natural Resources (13-10) Homeland Security (21-13) Environment & Public Works (11-8) Foreign Affairs (28-19) Health, Educ., Labor & Pensions (13-10) Judiciary (23-16)
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Unformatted text preview: Homeland Security & Govt. Affairs (10-7) Natural Resources (28-20) Judiciary ((11-8) Science & Technology (27-17) Transportation & Infrastructure (45-30) House Administration (6-3) Rules and Administration (11-8) Oversight and Govt. Reform (25-16) Small Business and Entrepreneurship (11-8) Small Business (17-12) Veterans’ Affairs (9-6) Standards of Official Conduct (Ethics) (5-5) Veterans’ Affairs (18-11) SELECT AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES House Senate Intelligence (12-9) Ethics (3-3) Indian Affairs (8-6) Intelligence (8-7) JOINT COMMITTEES House Senate House Senate Economic 6-4 6-4 Printing 3-2 3-2 Library 3-2 3-2 Taxation 3-2 3-2...
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