Committee on Appropriations

Hal Rogers

Organizational Meeting for the 115th Congress

2017/01/18

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Chairman Frelinghuysen Announces GOP Subcommittee Memberships for the 115th Congress

2017/01/11

House Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen today announced the Republican membership of the 12 Appropriations subcommittees for the 115th Congress.

“With the ongoing work on the current fiscal year funding bills, and with next year’s budget cycle beginning in the next few weeks, the Appropriations Committee will have to move extremely quickly. The members of these subcommittees have a huge responsibility to work swiftly and effectively to ensure the best possible use of taxpayer dollars. These members are great leaders and hard workers, and I know they are more than up to the task,” Chairman Frelinghuysen said.

The subcommittee Chairs and Members are as follows:

*Chairman Frelinghuysen will serve as an ex-officio member of all 12 subcommittees.

Agriculture Subcommittee:

Chairman Robert Aderholt (AL)
Kevin Yoder (KS)
Tom Rooney (FL)
David Valadao (CA)
Andy Harris, MD (MD)
David Young (IA)
Steven Palazzo (MS)

Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee:

Chairman John Culberson (TX)
Hal Rogers (KY)
Robert Aderholt (AL)
John Carter (TX)
Martha Roby (AL)
Steven Palazzo (MS)
Evan Jenkins (WV)

Defense Subcommittee:

Chairwoman Kay Granger (TX)
Hal Rogers (KY)
Ken Calvert (CA)
Tom Cole (OK)
Steve Womack (AR)
Robert Aderholt (AL)
John Carter (TX)
Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)
Tom Graves (GA)
Martha Roby (AL)

Energy and Water Subcommittee:

Chairman Mike Simpson (ID)
Ken Calvert (CA)
Chuck Fleischmann (TN)
Jeff Fortenberry (NE)
Kay Granger (TX)
Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA)
David Joyce (OH)
Dan Newhouse (WA)

Financial Services Subcommittee

Chairman Tom Graves (GA)
Kevin Yoder (KS)
Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA)
Mark Amodei (NV)
Chris Stewart (UT)
David Young (IA)
John Moolenaar (MI)

Homeland Security Subcommittee:

Chairman John Carter (TX)
John Culberson (TX)
Chuck Fleischmann (TN)
Andy Harris, MD (MD)
Steven Palazzo (MS)
Dan Newhouse (WA)
Scott Taylor (VA)

Interior Subcommittee:

Chairman Ken Calvert (CA)
Mike Simpson (ID)
Tom Cole (OK)
David Joyce (OH)
Chris Stewart (UT)
Mark Amodei (NV)
Evan Jenkins (WV)

Labor, Health and Human Services Subcommittee:

Chairman Tom Cole (OK)
Mike Simpson (ID)
Steve Womack (AR)
Chuck Fleischmann (TN)
Andy Harris, MD (MD)
Martha Roby (AL)
Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA)
John Moolenaar (MI)

Legislative Branch Subcommittee:

Chairman Kevin Yoder (KS)
Mark Amodei (NV)
Dan Newhouse (WA)
John Moolenaar (MI)
Scott Taylor (VA)

Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee:

Chairman Charlie Dent (PA)
Jeff Fortenberry (NE)
Tom Rooney (FL)
David Valadao (CA)
Steve Womack (AR)
Evan Jenkins (WV)
Scott Taylor (VA)

State and Foreign Operations Subcommittee:

Chairman Hal Rogers (KY)
Kay Granger (TX)
Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)
Charlie Dent (PA)
Tom Rooney (FL)
Jeff Fortenberry (NE)
Chris Stewart (UT)

Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Subcommittee:

Chairman Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)
Charles Dent (PA)
David Joyce (OH)
John Culberson (TX)
David Young (IA)
David Valadao (CA)
Tom Graves (GA)

Appropriations Members Assigned to the Budget Committee:

Tom Cole (OK)
Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)
Steve Womack (AR)

 

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Chairman Frelinghuysen Announces Subcommittee Chairs for the 115th Congress

2017/01/10

House Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen today announced that the Republican Steering Committee has approved the 12 Appropriations Subcommittee Chairs for the 115th Congress.

“This Congress must act swiftly and responsibly to fund the federal government, for both the current fiscal year and the next. These 12 Chairs will be instrumental in getting our work done and done right. Each of them are hard-working, smart leaders, who will do their utmost to make the best possible decisions with each and every tax dollar they oversee,” Chairman Frelinghuysen said.

The subcommittee Chairs are as follows:

 

Subcommittee on Agriculture and Rural Development – Chairman Robert Aderholt

Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science – Chairman John Culberson

Subcommittee on Defense – Chairwoman Kay Granger

Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development – Chairman Mike Simpson

Subcommittee on Financial Services – Chairman Tom Graves

Subcommittee on Homeland Security – Chairman John Carter

Subcommittee on the Interior, Environment – Chairman Ken Calvert

Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education – Chairman Tom Cole

Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch – Chairman Kevin Yoder

Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs – Chairman Charlie Dent

Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations – Chairman Hal Rogers

Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development – Chairman Mario Diaz-Balart

 

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Chairman Frelinghuysen Welcomes Three New Members to the Appropriations Committee

2017/01/04

The House Republican Steering Committee today approved the following three Members of Congress to serve on the House Appropriations Committee in the 115th Congress:

Rep. John Moolenaar (MI-4)

Rep. Dan Newhouse (WA-4)

Rep. Scott Taylor (VA-2)

House Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen welcomed the new additions to the committee.

“The Appropriations Committee is prepared for a very busy and productive year ahead. These new members will play key roles in the critically important work of funding the federal government in a responsible and timely way,” Chairman Frelinghuysen said. “I congratulate each of these members, and look forward to working with them to ensure our Appropriations bills are completed and to maintain our constitutional ‘power of the purse.’”

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Incoming Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen Announces Senior Committee Staff

2016/12/21

Incoming House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen today announced Appropriations Committee Senior Staff changes for the 115th Congress. 

“With a new Congress and a new Administration, and with the continuing work on the current fiscal year Appropriations bills, the Appropriations Committee will have an extremely busy time ahead. We are ready for the job. These professional, knowledgeable, and savvy staff will help guide and navigate the process, so that these critical funding bills can be enacted into law,” incoming Chairman Frelinghuysen said.

Nancy Fox will join the Appropriations Committee as Chief Clerk/Staff Director. Fox comes to the Committee from Rep. Frelinghuysen’s personal office, where she served 22 years, including as Chief of Staff.  Prior to her service with Rep. Frelinghuysen, Fox worked for Rep. Marge Roukema (NJ) and Rep. Silvio Conte (MA).

Jim Kulikowski will continue on the Committee Staff as Deputy Staff Director.

Jennifer Hing will continue on the Committee Staff as Senior Advisor and Director of Communications.

Dale Oak will continue on the Committee Staff as Senior Advisor covering bill process and execution.

Stephen Sepp will continue on the Committee Staff as Senior Professional Staff covering budget analysis and tracking.

Marta Hernandez will continue on the Committee Staff as Deputy Communications Director.

Will Smith, the current Committee Staff Director, will stay on Committee staff to help facilitate the transition to the next Congress. The Committee will rely on his leadership and expertise until he leaves to pursue other opportunities.

 

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House Passes Short-Term Continuing Resolution to Maintain Government Operations

2016/12/08

House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today praised passage of a short-term Continuing Resolution (CR) (H.R. 2028) to prevent a government shutdown and continue funding for federal programs and services until April 28, 2017. The legislation also contains additional funding for war efforts and disaster relief.

“This legislation is necessary to continue vital government programs and services, like our national defense. It keeps the lights on in our government, preventing the uncertainty and harm of a government shutdown,” Chairman Rogers said. “While I firmly believe a continuing resolution is no way to run a railroad, at this point, this is our best – and only – path forward. I commend the House for passing it today, and urge the Senate to send it to the President’s desk for his signature as soon as possible.”

For the full text of the legislation, please click here.

 

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Chairman Hal Rogers Floor Statement on Short-Term Continuing Resolution

2016/12/08

House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers gave the following statement on the House floor today in support of the short-term continuing resolution for fiscal year 2017, which will keep the government operating through April 28, 2017.

Mr. Speaker, I rise before you today to present the second Fiscal Year 2017 Continuing Resolution this year, which will fund the federal government through April 28, 2017.

This bill is a necessary measure to continue vital government programs and services, like our national defense. It keeps the lights on in our government, preventing the uncertainty and harm of a shutdown. Our current continuing resolution expires tomorrow, so we must act today.

This continuing resolution is a responsible compromise – making only limited adjustments where required to preserve the security of this nation, to prevent serious lapses in government services, and to ensure the careful expenditure of taxpayer dollars.

To highlight a few of these changes: We take care of our troops by increasing Overseas Contingency Operations resources, and include provisions that accelerate production rates for critical Defense equipment and systems, like the Ohio replacement submarine, the Apache helicopter, and the KC-46A tanker. The bill also maintains adequate funding for the Department of Homeland Security to keep our nation safe.

In addition to these changes, the bill includes necessary funding to help communities recover from recent natural disasters, like Hurricane Matthew, flooding in states like Louisiana and West Virginia, and devastating droughts.

The legislation also includes $170 million for important health and water infrastructure improvements, as well as $872 million for the House-passed 21st Century Cures Act, including $500 million to respond to the opioid abuse epidemic. These items are both fully offset.

As I’ve said on this floor many times over the past six years, standing in this exact spot, a continuing resolution is a last resort. It’s not what I would prefer to bring to the floor as my final bill as Chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

At the end of the day, a CR is simply a Band-Aid on a gushing wound. This is no way to run a railroad – it’s bad for Congress, bad for the federal government, and bad for our country.

A CR extends outdated policies and funding levels – wasting money and preventing good changes from being made. A CR also creates uncertainty in federal budgets and in our economy. And lastly, it diminishes the Congress’s power of the purse – giving away the people’s voice in how the government uses their tax dollars.

I truly hope that in the near future, we can stop lurching from CR to CR and return to regular order – for the sake of our national security, our economy, and the well-being of all Americans. 

However, at this point, this is our best – and only – path forward. It is absolutely imperative that we complete the work on the 11 remaining Appropriations bills as soon as possible when Congress returns.

This is a good bill, and I urge my colleagues to vote yes on this continuing resolution.

Thank you, and I reserve the balance of my time.

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In closing, Mr. Speaker, I would like to take a moment to address the House. As I noted earlier, this may be the last time I speak before you as Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.

Without a doubt, the last six years have had their ups and downs. But I have always been proud to serve the people of Kentucky, the people of this nation, the Appropriations Committee, and this great institution.

I’d like to highlight just a few of those ups and downs, with one of my favorite exercises – a “by the numbers” reflection on our many shared experiences over my last six years at the helm of the Appropriations Committee:

  • 650 – the number of hearings held by Appropriations subcommittees
  • 140 – the number of Appropriations bills considered on the House floor
  • 19 – the number of Appropriations bills considered on the House floor in just one month… October 2013
  • 12 – the number of Appropriations bills we should pass every year
  • 2,122 – The number of floor Amendments considered to Appropriations bills
  • 555 (and counting) – The number of floor hours spent debating Appropriations bills
  • 70 – The number of Appropriations bills enacted into law (hopefully 71)
  • 2 trillion – the number of dollars saved in discretionary outlays as a direct result of our appropriations work
  • “too many too count” – the number of Cigars smoked in my office – and they were NOT all me
  • 1 – the number of basketball championships won by the University of Kentucky
  • 70 – The number of mighty fine Members that have served on the committee over the past six years
  • Incalculable – The number of hours our staff – the best on Capitol Hill – have put in their tireless work on behalf of all of us. This includes late nights, weekends, holidays… you name it. When we need them, they are there.

In particular, I want to thank Will Smith. Will worked up the ranks in my personal office, serving as my Chief of Staff before moving to the committee in 2011, first as deputy staff director and now as staff director. He’s been with me for so long and through so much. In any year, he’s a first-round draft pick, and I’m fortunate to have had him by my side these past six years.

I’d also like to thank my Ranking Member, Mrs. Lowey, and our Senate counterparts, Chairman Cochran and Ranking Member Mikulski, for their partnership throughout this process.

Today is a bittersweet day, but I am deeply honored to have served this institution at the head of the Committee I love. I hope that this institution, and the people we serve, are better off now because of our work over the last six years. And, I know that under the steadfast leadership of our new Chairman, my dear friend Rodney Frelinghuysen, the progress we’ve made will only continue to grow.

Thank you all for your collaboration, consideration, and companionship over these last years.

 

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Short-Term Continuing Resolution to Maintain Government Operations Released

2016/12/07

House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today introduced a short-term Continuing Resolution (CR) (H.R. 2028) to prevent a government shutdown and continue funding for federal programs and services until April 28, 2017. The legislation also contains funding for emergency disaster relief.

Chairman Rogers gave the following statement on the introduction of this CR:

“This Continuing Resolution is the necessary step for an operating and functioning government over the next four months. However, this type of short-term spending absolutely should not be the final answer to funding the federal government for the year. It is imperative that Congress complete its work on the remaining 11 Appropriations bills to ensure the proper and responsible use of tax dollars, to provide necessary resources for important programs and services, and to hold federal agencies accountable to the American people. 

“This legislation is just a band aid, but a critical one. It will give the next Congress the time to complete the annual Appropriations process, and in the meantime, take care of immediate national funding needs.”

Continuing Resolution Summary:

Length and Level of Funding – The CR extends funding for operations for most federal agencies, programs and services until April 28, 2017. It maintains the current budget cap level of $1.07 trillion put into place under the Budget Control Act of 2011.

The legislation continues policy and funding provisions included in currently enacted fiscal year 2016 Appropriations legislation. It does not include controversial riders, or major changes in existing federal policy.

Overseas Contingency Funding (OCO) – The bill contains $5.8 billion for the Department of Defense and $4.3 billion for the State Department/USAID to support military and diplomatic efforts to fight ISIS and terror around the globe, to provide essential resources that will ensure our national security, and to increase the readiness of our troops. Including increases in base discretionary spending, the Defense level in the bill is $8 billion above the rate in the current Continuing Resolution.

Natural Disaster Relief – The CR contains $4.1 billion in disaster relief funding to address damages cause by recent natural disasters, including Hurricane Matthew, floods, drought, and other severe weather events.

This includes:

  • $1.8 billion for Community Development Block Grants to states to support recovery and rebuilding efforts for individuals with homes damaged by severe weather events;
  • $1.025 billion for the Army Corps of Engineers for repairs to flood and coastal storm protection projects and dredging;
  • $1 billion for the Federal Highway Emergency Relief program to repair damaged highways;
  • $206.1 million for emergency watershed protection and conservation; and
  • $74.7 million to repair damaged NASA facilities.

Drinking Water – The CR contains $170 million to address the infrastructure and health needs of those communities affected by contaminated drinking water. This includes grants for infrastructure improvements, lead poisoning prevention care for mothers and children, and a lead exposure registry. This funding is fully offset.

Funding for the 21st Century Cures Act of 2016 – Included in the legislation is $872 million in funding for the House-passed “21st Century Cures Act of 2016,” which boosts critical medical research, drug approval, and drug abuse efforts. This includes $20 million for the Food and Drug Administration Innovation account, $352 million for the National Institutes of Health Innovation account, and $500 million for states to respond to the opioid abuse crisis. This funding is fully offset.

Other Items

The CR also includes provisions needed to prevent catastrophic, irreversible, or detrimental changes to government programs, to support our national security, and to ensure good government.

Some of these provisions include:

  • A provision allowing funding to be used for the Ohio Class Submarine Replacement program to avoid delays that would increase costs.
  • A provision allowing funding to be used for Apache Attack Helicopter and Black Hawk Helicopter multiyear procurements to avoid delays that would increase costs.
  • A provision allowing funding to be used for the KC-46A Tanker program to avoid delays that would increase costs.
  • A provision allowing funds to be used for critical nuclear weapons activities.
  • A provision allowing funds to be used to continue Homeland Security operations, including border security, immigration enforcement, aviation security, and the protection of the President-elect.
  • A provision ensuring the continuation of Federal Aviation Administration air travel operations and safety activities.
  • A provision preventing an increase in pay for Members of Congress.
  • A provision allowing additional funding, if needed, for the housing and care of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) after February 1, 2017. Due to the variability in the increased number of children coming into the country, it is possible that additional funds may be needed at that time. 
  • A provision requiring the Department of Transportation to follow the existing 34-hour restart “Hours of Service” rule for truck drivers to ensure continuity in federal rest regulations, should the report on the rule (mandated in prior Acts) not meet the criteria set by Congress.
  • A provision allowing funds for NASA’s Deep Space Exploration program to avoid delays that would increase long-term costs.
  • A provision allowing funds for the Joint Polar Satellite System programs, ensuring the continuation of data for weather warnings, including forecasts of severe weather events.
  • A provision allowing funds to begin operation of a summer nutrition program for low-income children.
  • A provision allowing funds to make District of Columbia school vouchers (SOAR) available in time for the next academic year.
  • A provision to provide $45 million, fully offset, for continued health care benefits for certain retired miners under the United Mine Workers Association 1993 Benefit Plan. This is necessary to prevent the loss of health care coverage for these miners and their families, scheduled to expire on December 31, 2016. 

 

For the full text of the legislation, please visit: http://docs.house.gov/floor/

 

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Chairman Rogers Congratulates Incoming Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen

2016/12/02

Chairman Hal Rogers today released the following statement after Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen was approved by the House Republican Conference to serve as Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee for the 115th Congress.

“I offer my sincere congratulations to Rep. Frelinghuysen on his well-deserved election to serve as Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. Over his 21 years on the committee, he has proven himself to be a smart, savvy, extraordinarily hard worker – and no one more ready for the job than he. The country, our taxpayer dollars, and the committee will be in good hands with Rodney at the helm.”

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Rogers: “We must continue government funding now, while looking towards future progress”

2016/11/17

House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today responded to the news that House and Senate Leadership have made the decision to not move forward with Appropriations bills in 2016.

“The bottom line is that we must fulfill our constitutional duty to responsibly fund the federal government, and do right by the taxpayers who have elected us. To this end, my Committee will begin working immediately on a Continuing Resolution (CR) at the current rate of funding to extend the operations of our government through March 31, 2017.

“We must continue to keep our federal agencies and programs open for business, while looking towards future progress on these vital Appropriations bills. While I’m disappointed that the Congress is not going to be able to complete our annual funding work this year, I am extremely hopeful that the new Congress and the new Administration will finish these bills. I am also hopeful for a renewed and vigorous ‘regular order’ on future annual funding bills, so that the damaging process of Continuing Resolutions will no longer be necessary.”

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House Passes Continuing Resolution with Full Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Funding, and Resources to Address the Zika Virus, the Opioid Epidemic, and Flood Recovery

2016/09/29

House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today applauded the passage of critical legislation that would continue funding for the federal government beyond the end of the fiscal year on September 30.

The Continuing Resolution (CR) will provide funding at the current rate of operations for the government through December 9, 2016. It also includes the full year Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations bill, $1.1 billion in emergency funding to fight and prevent the spread of the Zika virus, $500 million in grants to help states recover from recent floods, and $37 million to help fight the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Chairman Rogers made the following statement on the legislation:

“This is a necessary bill that will keep the government open and operating, provide resources for our service members and veterans, and address critical needs across our country related to the Zika virus, the opioid epidemic, and the recent, disastrous floods.

“I have said many times before, a continuing resolution is a last resort. But, it is what we must do to fulfill our congressional responsibility to keep the lights on in our government. This legislation is a good compromise, and I am pleased the House has voted today to send it to the President’s desk.”

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Full Committee Markup - FY 2017 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations

2016/07/08

To consider: Full Committee Markup of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations for FY 2017 Read More

Full Committee Markup - FY 2017 State and Foreign Operations Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations

2016/07/07

To consider: Full Committee Markup of State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations for FY 2017 Read More

RESCHEDULED -Subcommittee Markup - FY 2017 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Bill

2016/06/16

Purpose: Mark Up Appropriations Bill, FY 2017 Read More

Subcommittee Markup - FY 2017 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill

2016/06/16

Purpose: Mark Up Appropriations Bill, FY 2017 Read More

Conference - House and Senate Amendments to H.R. 2577

2016/06/14

To consider: House and Senate Amendments to H.R. 2577 Read More

Full Committee Markup - FY 2017 Interior and Environment Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations

2016/06/08

To consider: Full Committee Markup of Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations for FY 2017 Read More

Full Committee Markup - FY 2017 Homeland Security Bill

2016/06/08

To consider: Full Committee Markup of Homeland Security Appropriations Bill, FY 2017 Read More

Full Committee Markup - FY 2017 Financial Services and General Government Bill and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations

2016/06/06

To consider: Full Committee Markup of Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Bill, FY 2017 and Report on the Revised Interim Suballocation of Budget Allocations for FY 2017 Read More

Subcommittee Markup - FY 2017 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill

2016/06/06

Purpose: Mark Up Appropriations Bill, FY 2017 Read More

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Membership

Robert Aderholt

ALABAMA's 4th DISTRICT

Mark Amodei

NEVADA's 2nd DISTRICT

Ken Calvert

CALIFORNIA's 42nd DISTRICT

John Carter

TEXAS' 31st DISTRICT

Tom Cole

OKLAHOMA's 4th DISTRICT

Ander Crenshaw

FLORIDA's 4th DISTRICT

John Culberson

TEXAS' 7th DISTRICT

Charlie Dent

PENNSYLVANIA's 15th DISTRICT

Mario Diaz-Balart

FLORIDA's 25th DISTRICT

Chuck Fleischmann

TENNESSEE's 3rd DISTRICT

Jeff Fortenberry

NEBRASKA's 1st DISTRICT

Rodney Frelinghuysen

NEW JERSEY's 11th DISTRICT

Kay Granger

TEXAS' 12th DISTRICT

Tom Graves

GEORGIA's 14th DISTRICT

Andy Harris

MARYLAND's 1st DISTRICT

Jaime Herrera Beutler

WASHINGTON's 3rd DISTRICT

Evan Jenkins

WEST VIRGINIA's 3rd DISTRICT

David Jolly

FLORIDA's 13th DISTRICT

David Joyce

OHIO's 14th DISTRICT

Alan Nunnelee

MISSISSIPPI's 1st DISTRICT

Scott Rigell

VIRGINIA's 2nd DISTRICT

Martha Roby

ALABAMA's 2nd DISTRICT

Hal Rogers

KENTUCKY's 5th DISTRICT

Tom Rooney

FLORIDA's 17th DISTRICT

Mike Simpson

IDAHO's 2nd DISTRICT

Chris Stewart

UTAH's 2nd DISTRICT

David Valadao

CALIFORNIA's 21st DISTRICT

Steve Womack

ARKANSAS' 3rd DISTRICT

Kevin Yoder

KANSAS' 3rd DISTRICT

David Young

IOWA's 3rd DISTRICT

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