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Dc Council Committee Assignments Texas

Tentative Committee Assignments for Released, Pending Confirmation January 2

Following close on the heels of the just-completed final Legislative Meeting of Council Period 21 (), Chairman  Mendelson has now released a tentative  listing of committees for Council Period 22 ().   Every element of this list is tentative, and will remain so until the Organizational Meeting to be held on January 2, at which time the Council will formally approve its committee structure and rules for the two years to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS

Kenyan McDuffie, Chairperson

Anita Bonds

Jack Evans

Vincent Gray

David Grosso

 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

David Grosso, Chairperson

Charles Allen

Anita Bonds

Robert White

Trayon White

 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND REVENUE

Jack Evans, Chairperson

Vincent Gray

Kenyan McDuffie

Elissa Silverman

Robert White

 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS

Brandon Todd, Chairperson

Brianne Nadeau

Elissa Silverman

Robert White

Trayon White

 

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH

Vincent Gray, Chairperson

Charles Allen

Mary Cheh

Brianne Nadeau

Brandon Todd

 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AND NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION

Anita Bonds, Chairperson

Jack Evans

Brianne Nadeau

Elissa Silverman

Trayon White

 

COMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES

Brianne Nadeau, Chairperson

David Grosso

Brandon Todd

Robert White

Trayon White                 

 

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

Charles Allen, Chairperson

Anita Bonds

Mary Cheh

Vincent Gray

Kenyan McDuffie

 

COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Elissa Silverman, Chairperson

Mary Cheh

David Grosso

Robert White

Trayon White

 

COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Mary Cheh, Chairperson

Charles Allen

Jack Evans

Kenyan McDuffie

Brandon Todd

Over the past two days, we have been meeting to go through all of the provisions that make this tax code so complex, so costly, and so unfair. We’ve examined in detail tax provisions that affect our families, our small businesses, and our ability for our companies to compete around the world. And this week we will deliver and unveil a comprehensive tax reform plan that lays out bold, transformational, pro-growth tax reform.

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