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Chairman Sessions Announces Subcommittee Chairs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement announcing Congressman Rob Woodall (R-GA) as Chair of the Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process and Congressman Doug Collins (R-GA) Chair of the Subcommittee on Rules and Organization of the House:
 
“As a senior member of the committee Congressman Rob Woodall has played an integral role in the operation of this organization. His thoughtful and deliberate approach has been the hallmark of his success at the committee and I look forward to his continued service as subcommittee chairman,” said Chairman Sessions.
 
“It’s such an honor to serve with the men and women of the House Committee on Rules, and I’m excited to have the opportunity to continue leading the Rules Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process during the 115th Congress,” said Congressman Woodall.  “A good product requires a good process, and I’m grateful for the leadership and partnership of Chairman Sessions as we work together to achieve both.” 
 
“Congressman Doug Collins is a tireless leader who has dedicated his life to public service. He has served his community as a pastor and lawyer, our nation as a Chaplain in the United States Air Force Reserve Command, and the people of Georgia as their proud representative," said Chairman Sessions. "I am proud to have such a hard-working member of our team and have no doubt that he will strengthen our committee in this new role.”
 
"I have had the honor of serving on the Rules Committee since the 114th Congress and have a deep appreciation for the legislative process and the responsibility of the Rules Committee in promoting the agenda of the House and bringing bills to the floor," said Congressman Collins. "I am grateful to collaborate with my colleagues in this new capacity as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Rules and Organization of the House to ensure that our procedures meet the needs of today’s governance while honoring the institution of the House and working with Senate and Judiciary bodies."
 

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Created: February 1, 2017