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Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee (Georgia Senate)

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The Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee is a 14 member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, three ex-officios, and eight members. The Committee operates under a Senate mandate to regulate gas, telecommunications, electric, and other related industry throughout the state.[1]

Scope and jurisdiction[edit]

The Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee is responsible for creating legislation for the regulation of gas, telecommunications, electric, and other related industries throughout the state.[1]

Members[edit]

As of 2014,[1] the members of the Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee are:

  • Jack Murphy, chairman
  • Frank Ginn, vice chairman
  • Joshua McKoon, secretary
  • Steve Henson, ex officio
  • David Shafer, ex officio
  • Renee S. Unterman, ex officio
  • Ronnie Chance, member
  • Ed Harbison, member
  • Jack Hill, member
  • Judson Hill, member
  • Rick Jeffares, member
  • Burt Jones, member
  • David Lucas, member
  • Cecil Staton, member

See also[edit]


Other articles of the topic State of Georgia : MARTOC, Finance Committee (Georgia Senate), Human Relations & Aging Committee (Georgia House), Transportation Committee (Georgia House), Interstate Cooperation Committee (Georgia House), State Properties Committee (Georgia House), Administrative Affairs Committee (Georgia Senate)
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  • List of state government committees (Georgia)

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities. senate.ga.gov. Retrieved June 14, 2013.

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