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U.S. House of Representatives Ways & Means Committee Roster
As of January 22, 2019

January 18, 2019 by TWN Staff
The East Front of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on December 25, 2018. (Evan Golub/Zuma Press/TNS)

Chairman: Rep. Richard Neal (D-MA)

Ranking Member: Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX)

Below is the full roster for the six Ways and Means subcommittees in the 116th Congress.

SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH – Democratic Majority

Lloyd Doggett (TX), Chair

Ron Kind (WI)

Brian Higgins (NY)

Terri Sewell (AL)

Judy Chu (CA)

Dwight Evans (PA)

Brad Schneider (IL)

Jimmy Gomez (CA)

Steven Horsford (NV)

Mike Thompson (CA)

Earl Blumenauer (OR)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH – Republican Minority

Devin Nunes (CA), Ranking Member

Vern Buchanan (FL)

Adrian Smith (NE)

Kenny Marchant (TX)

Tom Reed (NY)

Mike Kelly (PA)

George Holding (NC)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT – Democratic Majority

John Lewis (GA), Chair

Linda Sanchez (CA)

Tom Suozzi (NY)

Suzan DelBene (WA)

Judy Chu (CA)

Gwen Moore (WI)

Brendan Boyle (PA)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT – Republican Minority

Mike Kelly (PA), Ranking Member

Jackie Walorski (IN)

Darin LaHood (IL)

Brad Wenstrup (OH)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SELECT REVENUE MEASURES (PREVIOUSLY TAX POLICY) – Democratic Majority

Mike Thompson (CA), Chair

Linda Sanchez (CA)

Suzan DelBene (WA)

Gwen Moore (WI)

Brendan Boyle (PA)

Don Beyer (VA)

Tom Suozzi (NY)

Lloyd Doggett (TX)

John Larson (CT)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SELECT REVENUE MEASURES (PREVIOUSLY TAX POLICY) – Republican Minority

Adrian Smith (NE), Ranking Member

Tom Rice (SC)

David Schweikert (AZ)

Darin LaHood (IL)

Jodey Arrington (TX)

Drew Ferguson (GA)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SOCIAL SECURITY – Democratic Majority

John Larson (CT), Chair

Bill Pascrell (NJ)

Dan Kildee (MI)

Brendan Boyle (PA)

Brad Schneider (IL)

Linda Sanchez (CA)

Brian Higgins (NY)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SOCIAL SECURITY – Republican Minority

Tom Reed (NY), Ranking Member

Jodey Arrington (TX)

Drew Ferguson (GA)

Ron Estes (KS)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON TRADE – Democratic Majority

Earl Blumenauer (OR), Chair

Bill Pascrell (NJ)

Dan Kildee (MI)

Jimmy Panetta (CA)

Stephanie Murphy (FL)

Ron Kind (WI)

Danny Davis (IL)

Brian Higgins (NY)

Terri Sewell (AL)

Suzan DelBene (WA)

Don Beyer (VA)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON TRADE – Republican Minority

Vern Buchanan (FL), Ranking Member

Devin Nunes (CA)

George Holding (NC)

Tom Rice (SC)

Kenny Marchant (TX)

Jason Smith (MO)

David Schweikert (AZ)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON WORKERS & FAMILY SUPPORT (PREVIOUSLY HUMAN RESOURCES) – Democratic Majority

Danny Davis (IL), Chair

Judy Chu (CA)

Gwen Moore (WI)

Dwight Evans (PA)

Stephanie Murphy (FL)

Jimmy Gomez (CA)

Terri Sewell (AL)

SUBCOMMITTEE ON WORKERS & FAMILY SUPPORT (PREVIOUSLY HUMAN RESOURCES) – Republican Minority

Jackie Walorski (IN), Ranking Member

Brad Wenstrup (OH)

Ron Estes (KS)

Darin LaHood (IL)

 

In addition to serving on the Ways & Means Committee, Reps. Doggett (D-TX), Panetta (D-CA), Horsford (D-NV), and Smith (R-NE) will also serve on the House Budget Committee.

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