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The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is a committee devoted to exploiting and exposing a few of "the system’s" most blatant flaws...time permitting.


Upcoming Events Edit

  • Congressional Tip Line Oversight Meeting On Redundancy Get-Together (9 a.m. session)
  • Congressional Tip Line Oversight Meeting On Redundancy Get-Together (minority briefing)
  • Congressional Tip Line Oversight Meeting On Redundancy Get-Together 11 a.m. - lunch
  • Congressional Tip Line Oversight Meeting On Redundancy Get-Together (minority/majority regroup)

MembersEdit

Committee Members
Member State Member State
Henry Waxman,
Chairman
California Tom Davis,
Ranking Member
Virginia
Tom Lantos California Dan Burton Indiana
Ed Towns New York Christopher Shays Connecticut
Paul E. Kanjorski Pennsylvania John M. McHugh New York
Carolyn B. Maloney New York John Mica Florida
Elijah Cummings Maryland Mark Souder Indiana
Dennis J. Kucinich Ohio Todd Russell Platts Pennsylvania
Danny K. Davis Illinois Chris Cannon Utah
John F. Tierney Massachusetts John James Duncan Tennessee
William Clay Missouri Michael R. Turner Ohio
Diane Watson California Darrell Issa California
Stephen Lynch Massachusetts Kenny Marchant Texas
Brian Higgins New York Lynn Westmoreland Georgia
Eleanor Holmes Norton District of Columbia Patrick McHenry North Carolina
Betty McCollum Minnesota Virginia Foxx North Carolina
Jim Cooper Tennessee Brian Bilbray California
Chris Van Hollen Maryland Bill Sali Idaho
John Yarmuth Kentucky
Bruce Braley Iowa
Paul Hodes New Hampshire
Patrick Murphy Pennsylvania
John Sarbanes Maryland
Peter Welch Vermont

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