Rules Committee (Georgia Senate)
The Senate Rules Committee is a 16-member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, six ex-officios, and seven members. The Committee operates under a Senate mandate to regulate "the orderly procedure and placement of bills on the legislative calendar".
Scope and jurisdiction[edit | edit source]
The Senate Rules Committee is responsible for establishing the rules that ensure orderly procedures for the amicable placement of senate bills onto the legislative calendar.
Members[edit | edit source]
- Jeff Mullis, chairman
- Ross Tolleson, vice chairman
- Bill Jackson, secretary
- Ronnie Chance, ex officio
- Steve Gooch, ex officio
- Judson Hill, ex officio
- Butch Miller, ex officio
- David Shafer, ex officio
- Cecil Staton, ex officio
- Gloria S. Butler, member
- Steve Henson, member
- Jack Hill, member
- Fran Millar, member
- Jack Murphy, member
- Horacena Tate, member
- Renee S. Unterman, member
Subcommittees[edit | edit source]
The three subcommittees under the Senate Rules Committee are:
- Senate Rules Audit Subcommittee
- Senate Rules Ethics Subcommittee
- Senate Rules General Subcommittee
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic State of Georgia : Insurance Committee (Georgia House), List of legislative committees of Georgia (U.S. state), Rules Committee (Georgia House), Human Relations & Aging Committee (Georgia House), Education Committee (Georgia House), Appropriations Committee (Georgia House), State Planning & Community Affairs Committee (Georgia House)
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References[edit | edit source]
- Senate Rules. senate.ga.gov. Retrieved June 14, 2013.
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- Legis.ga.gov. Welcome to the Georgia General Assembly. Home page. Retrieved June 10, 2013.
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