WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman David Dreier (R-CA), House Rules Committee Chairman-designate, announced the first group of new Republican Members of the Committee today. Dreier said the new slate of members, appointed by Speaker-designate John Boehner (R-OH), reflect the reform oriented focus of the 112th Congress.
Joining the House Rules Committee in the 112th Congress will be: Congressman-elect Rich Nugent (R-FL), Congressman-elect Tim Scott (R-SC), Congressman-elect Daniel Webster (R-FL), and Congressman-elect Rob Woodall (R-GA).
“The new Republican members of the House Rules Committee will bring to the Committee the spirit of reform and accountability that the American people demand and expect from the House of Representatives,” Dreier said. “Working together, the new and returning members of the Rules Committee will maintain the commitment to transparency and accountability that will be the hallmark of the 112th Congress. I commend Speaker-designate Boehner for his selection of such an outstanding group of new members to join the work of the Rules Committee.”
For Immediate Release: January 3, 2011
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