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Human Relations & Aging Committee (Georgia House)

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The House Human Relations & Aging Committee is a 14 member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, and 11 members. The Committee operates under a House mandate to evaluate legislation affecting "the care and needs of Georgia’s aging population".[1]

Scope and jurisdiction[edit]

The House Human Relations & Aging Committee is responsible for all legislation that affects quality and availability of the care and specialized needs of the Georgia's elderly citizens and the state's aging population.[1]

Members[edit]

As of 2014,[1] the members of the House Human Relations & Aging Committee are:

  • Tommy Benton, chairman
  • Rick Jasperse, vice chairman
  • Tom Kirby, secretary
  • Sharon Beasley-Teague, member
  • Simone Bell, member
  • Roger Bruce, member
  • Mickey Channell, member
  • Valerie Clark, member
  • Dee Dawkins-Haigler, member
  • Spencer Frye, member
  • Charles Gregory, member
  • Terry Rogers, member
  • Sandra Scott, member
  • Jason Spencer, member

See also[edit]


Other articles of the topic State of Georgia : Natural Resources & Environment Committee (Georgia House), Legislative & Congressional Reapportionment Committee (Georgia House), Motor Vehicles Committee (Georgia House), Education and Youth Committee (Georgia Senate), Finance Committee (Georgia Senate), Banking and Financial Institutions Committee (Georgia Senate), Judiciary Committee (Georgia House)
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  • List of state government committees (Georgia)

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 House Human Relations & Aging. house.ga.gov. Retrieved June 15, 2013.

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