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Energy, Utilities & Telecommunications Committee (Georgia House)
The House Energy, Utilities & Telecommunications Committee is a 19-member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, and 16 members. The Committee operates under a House mandate to evaluate legislation that regulates energy and all other public utilities.
Scope and jurisdiction
The House Energy, Utilities & Telecommunications Committee is responsible for legislation "concerning the energy, gas, electric, and other related industry areas. It is also responsible for the rules and regulations concerning the telecommunications industry."
- Don Parsons, chairman
- Harry Geisinger, vice chairman
- John Carson, secretary
- Stephen Allison, member
- Katie M. Dempsey, member
- Robert Dickey, member
- Karla Drenner, member
- Mike Dudgeon, member
- Gloria Frazier, member
- Carol Fullerton, member
- Mark Hamilton, member
- Ben Harbin, member
- Matt Hatchett, member
- Susan Holmes, member
- Doug Holt, member
- Chuck Martin, member
- Earnest Smith, member
- Sam Teasley, member
- Earnest Williams, member
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- List of state government committees (Georgia)
- House Energy, Utilities & Telecommunications. house.ga.gov. Retrieved June 15, 2013.
- Legis.ga.gov. Welcome to the Georgia General Assembly. Home page. Retrieved June 10, 2013.
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