House Committee on Foreign Affairs

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The 'House Committee on Foreign Affairs, also known as the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is a standing committee of the U.S. House of Representatives which has jurisdiction over bills and investigations related to the foreign affairs of the United States. It is less powerful than its Senate counterpart, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, because the House committee does not consider the ratification of treaties or the confirmation of presidential appointments, such as are made for ambassador and Secretary of State.

MemberPartyState
Howard Berman
Gary Ackerman
Eni FaleomavaegaDAS
Donald Payne
Brad ShermanDCA
Robert WexlerDNC
Eliot EngelDNY
Bill DelahuntRNV
Greg MeeksDNY
Diane WatsonDFL
Russ Carnahan
Albio SiresDNJ
Gerald ConnollyDVA
Michael McMahonRFL
John TannerRLA
Gene GreenDTX
Sheila Jackson-LeeDTX
Barbara LeeDCA
Shelley Berkley
Joseph CrowleyDNY
Mike Ross
Brad MillerDNC
David ScottDGA
Jim CostaDCA
Keith EllisonDMN
Gabrielle Giffords
Ron KleinRCA
Ileana Ros LehtinenRFL
Christopher SmithRNJ
Dan Burton
Elton Gallegly
Dana RohrabacherRCA
Donald Manzullo
Edward RoyceRCA
Ron Paul
Jeff FlakeRAZ
Mike Pence
Joe WilsonRSC
John BoozmanRAR
Gresham BarrettRWY
Connie Mack
Jeff FortenberryRNE
Michael McCaulRTX
Ted PoeRTX
Bob InglisRTX
Gus BilirakisRFL


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