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Johnson announces Senate Banking subcommittee assignments
WASHINGTON (2/12/13)--Senate Banking Committee Chairman Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) and ranking member Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) Monday confirmed the panel's membership and announced its subcommittee assignments for the 113th Congress.

Both Johnson and Crapo, in making the announcement, spoke of "working across the aisle" to achieve bi-partisan "areas of agreement" to achieve the committee's work this session.

The committee will be comprised of:

  • Tim Johnson, S.D., chairman; and
  • Mike Crapo, Idaho, ranking Republican member
Democrats:

  • Jack Reed, R.I.;
  • Charles E. Schumer, N.Y.;
  • Robert Menendez, N.J.;
  • Sherrod Brown, Ohio;
  • Jon Tester, Mont.;
  • Mark Warner, Va.;
  • Jeff Merkley, Ore.;
  • Kay Hagan, N.C.;
  • Joe Manchin III, W. Va.;
  • Elizabeth Warren, Mass.; and
  • Heidi Heitkamp, N.D.
Republicans:
  • Richard C. Shelby, Ala.;
  • Bob Corker, Tenn.;
  • David Vitter, La.;
  • Mike Johanns, Neb.;
  • Patrick J. Toomey, Penn.;
  • Mark Kirk, Ill.;
  • Jerry Moran, Kan.;
  • Tom Coburn, Okla.; and
  • Dean Heller, Nev.
For the subcommittee on financial institutions and consumer protection, the members are:

  • Sherrod Brown, Ohio, chairman; and
  • Patrick J. Toomey, PA, ranking Republican member
Democrats:

  • Jack Reed, R.I.;
  • Charles E. Schumer, N.Y.;
  • Robert Menendez, N.J.;
  • Jon Tester, Mont.;
  • Jeff Merkley, Ore.;
  • Kay Hagan, N.C.; and
  • Elizabeth Warren, Mass.
 

Republicans:

  • Richard C. Shelby, Ala.;
  • David Vitter, La.;
  • Mike Johanns, Neb.;
  • Jerry Moran, Kan.;
  • Dean Heller, Nev.; and
  • Bob Corker, Tenn.
 

Use the resource link for information on other subcommittee assignments.
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