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Congressional transportation committees complete

Posted on March 1, 2001

Congressional committee assignments have some new and some returning faces in key posts on committees with jurisdiction over transportation. Here they are:Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee:Chair - John McCain (R-AZ)Ranking Member - Ernest Hollings (D-SC)Surface Transportation Subcommittee:Chair - Gordon Smith (R-OR)Ranking Member - Daniel Inouye (D-HI)

Senate Banking Committee:Chair - Phil Gramm (R-TX)Ranking Member - Paul Sarbanes (D-MD)Housing and Transportation Subcommittee:Chair - Wayne Allard (R-CO)Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee:Chair - Richard Shelby (R-AL)Ranking Member - Patty Murray (D-WA)Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee (has jurisdiction over TEA 21 reauthorization):Chair - Bob Smith (R-NH)Ranking Member - Harry Reid (D-NV)Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee:Chair - James Inhofe (R-OK)Ranking Member - Max Baucus (D-MT)House Transportation Committee: Chair - Don Young (R-AK)Ranking Member - Jim Oberstar (D-MN)Railroad Subcommittee:Chair - Jack Quinn (R-NY)Ranking Member - Bob Clement (D-TN)Highways and Transit Subcommittee:Chair - Thomas Petri (R-WI)Ranking Member - Robert Borski (D-PA)
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