Industry and Labor Committee (Georgia House)
The House Industry and Labor Committee is a 13 member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, and 10 members. The Committee operates under a House mandate to evaluate legislation affecting labor and management relations.
Scope and jurisdiction[edit | edit source]
The House Industry and Labor Committee is responsible for legislation that deals with all issues surrounding Georgia's workforce and overseeing management relations throughout the state. The committee also has jurisdiction over "matters dealing with Worker's Compensation and Georgia's Worker's Compensation Board".
Members[edit | edit source]
- Mark Hamilton, chairman
- Chad Nimmer, vice chairman
- Tom Kirby, secretary
- Bruce Broadrick, member
- Bob Bryant, member
- Dee Dawkins-Haigler, member
- Terry England, member
- Barry Fleming, member
- Hugh Floyd, member
- Edward Lindsey, member
- Pedro Marin, member
- John Meadows, member
- Jimmy Pruett, member
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic State of Georgia : Natural Resources and the Environment Committee (Georgia Senate), Banks & Banking Committee (Georgia House), Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee (Georgia House), Government Oversight Committee (Georgia Senate), Retirement Committee (Georgia House), State and Local Governmental Operations Committee (Georgia Senate), Intragovernmental Coordination Committee (Georgia House)
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References[edit | edit source]
- House Industry and Labor. house.ga.gov. Retrieved June 15, 2013.
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- Legis.ga.gov. Welcome to the Georgia General Assembly. Home page. Retrieved June 10, 2013.
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