House Committee on Energy and Commerce

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The Committee on Energy and Commerce is one of the oldest standing committees of the U.S. House of Representatives. Established in 1795, it has operated continuously, with the exception of various name changes and jurisdictional changes, for more than 200 years. The only other House standing committees with 200 years of continuous operation are the House Ways and Means Committee and the House Rules Committee. It has served as the principal guide for the House in matters relating to the promotion of commerce and to the public’s health and marketplace interests.

MemberPartyState
Henry WaxmanDCA
John DingellDMI
Edward MarkeyDMA
Rick BoucherDIA
Frank PalloneDNJ
Bart GordonRVA
Bobby RushDIL
Anna EshooDCA
Bart StupakRLA
Eliot EngelDNY
Gene GreenDTX
Diana DeGetteDCO
Lois CappsDCA
Mike DoyleDPA
Jane HarmanDIA
Jan SchakowskyDIL
Charles Gonzalez
Jay Inslee
Tammy BaldwinDWI
Mike Ross
Anthony WeinerDNC
Jim MathesonDUT
G.K. ButterfieldDNC
Charlie MelanconDNY
John BarrowDGA
Baron HillDWI
Doris MatsuiDCA
Donna ChristensenDVI
Kathy CastorDFL
John SarbanesDMD
Christopher MurphyDCT
Zack SpaceDNY
Jerry McNerneyDCA
Betty Sutton
Bruce BraleyDIA
Peter WelchDVT
Joe BartonRTX
Ralph HallRTX
Fred UptonRMI
Cliff Stearns
Nathan DealRSC
Ed WhitfieldRKY
John ShimkusRIL
John ShadeggRTX
Roy BluntRMO
Steve BuyerDNC
George RadanovichDAR
Joe PittsRPA
Mary Bono
Greg WaldenROR
Lee TerryRNE
Mike RogersRMI
Sue Myrick
John Sullivan
Tim MurphyRPA
Michael BurgessRTX
Marsha BlackburnRTN
Phil GingreyRGA
Steve ScaliseRLA


Contents

Subcommittees

Climate change hearings

The Energy and Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality held a hearing on "Climate Change: Are Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Human Activities Contributing to a Warming of the Planet?" on March 7, 2007. The witnesses as the hearing were

The subcommittee is scheduled to have a hearing on "Climate Change and Energy Security: Perspectives from the Automobile Industry" on March 14, 2007. [2]

The subcommittee is scheduled to have a hearing on "Climate Change: State and Local Perspectives" on March 15, 2007. [3]

The subcommittee is scheduled to have a hearing on March 21, 2007. Former Vice President Al Gore is scheduled to appear.


Previous committee membership

110th Congress (2007-2008)

Members of the
House Committee on Energy and Commerce,
110th Congress
Democrats: Republicans:


Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality

Members of the
Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality,
110th Congress
Democrats: Republicans:


Subcommittee on the Environment and Hazardous Materials

Members of the
Subcommittee on the Environment and Hazardous Materials,
110th Congress
Democrats: Republicans:


109th Congress (2005-2006)

Members of the
House Committee on Energy and Commerce,
109th Congress
Democrats: Republicans:
  • MARSHA BLACKBURN, Tennessee
  • JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan, Ranking
  • HENRY A. WAXMAN, California
  • EDWARD J. MARKEY, Massachusetts
  • RICK BOUCHER, Virginia
  • EDOLPHUS TOWNS, New York
  • FRANK PALLONE, JR., New Jersey
  • SHERROD BROWN, Ohio
  • BART GORDON, Tennessee
  • BOBBY L. RUSH, Illinois
  • ANNA G. ESHOO, California
  • BART STUPAK, Michigan
  • ELIOT L. ENGEL, New York
  • ALBERT R. WYNN, Maryland
  • GENE GREEN, Texas
  • TED STRICKLAND, Ohio
  • DIANA DEGETTE, Colorado
  • LOIS CAPPS, California
  • MIKE DOYLE, Pennsylvania
  • TOM ALLEN, Maine
  • JIM DAVIS, Florida
  • JAN SCHAKOWSKY, Illinois
  • HILDA L. SOLIS, California
  • CHARLES A. GONZALEZ, Texas
  • JAY INSLEE, Washington
  • TAMMY BALDWIN, Wisconsin
  • MIKE ROSS, Arkansas
  • JOE BARTON, Texas, Chairman
  • RALPH M. HALL, Texas
  • MICHAEL BILIRAKIS, Florida, VC
  • FRED UPTON, Michigan
  • CLIFF STEARNS, Florida
  • PAUL E. GILLMOR, Ohio
  • NATHAN DEAL, Georgia
  • ED WHITFIELD, Kentucky
  • CHARLIE NORWOOD, Georgia
  • BARBARA CUBIN, Wyoming
  • JOHN SHIMKUS, Illinois
  • HEATHER WILSON, New Mexico
  • JOHN B. SHADEGG, Arizona
  • CHARLES W. "CHIP" PICKERING, MS, VC
  • VITO FOSSELLA, New York
  • ROY BLUNT, Missouri
  • STEVE BUYER, Indiana
  • GEORGE RADANOVICH, California
  • CHARLES F. BASS, New Hampshire
  • JOSEPH R. PITTS, Pennsylvania
  • MARY BONO, California
  • GREG WALDEN, Oregon
  • LEE TERRY, Nebraska
  • MIKE FERGUSON, New Jersey
  • MIKE ROGERS, Michigan
  • C.L. "BUTCH" OTTER, Idaho
  • SUE MYRICK, North Carolina
  • JOHN SULLIVAN, Oklahoma
  • TIM MURPHY, Pennsylvania
  • MICHAEL C. BURGESS, Texas


Articles and Resources

Wikipedia also has an article on House Committee on Energy and Commerce. This article may use content from the Wikipedia article under the terms of the GFDL.

Articles

References


Resources

Contact

Committee Web site

  • Majority staff office - (202) 225-2927
  • Minority staff office - (202) 225-3641
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