Governmental Affairs Committee (Georgia House)
The House Governmental Affairs Committee is a 17-member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, and 14 members. The Committee operates under a House mandate to evaluate legislation "concerning the operations and management of state, county, and municipal government".
Scope and jurisdiction
The House Governmental Affairs Committee is responsible for overseeing legislation dealing with "the operations and management of state, county, and municipal government". The committee also has jurisdiction over Georgia's state election law.
- Amy Carter, chairman
- Buzz Brockway, vice chairman
- Darlene K. Taylor, secretary
- Tyrone Brooks, member
- Barry Fleming, member
- Hugh Floyd, member
- Mark Hamilton, member
- Dustin Hightower, member
- E. Culver "Rusty" Kidd, member
- John Meadows, member
- Alisha Thomas Morgan, member
- Howard Mosby, member
- Larry O'Neal, member
- Mary Margaret Oliver, member
- Alan Powell, member
- Jay Powell, member
- Bruce Williamson, member
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- List of state government committees (Georgia)
- House Governmental Affairs. 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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