Mar. 07, 2023
HARRISBURG – As part of committee reorganization Tuesday afternoon, House Republicans took their seats on the standing committees of the House ready to fight for sound conservative principles that put the people of Pennsylvania first, said House Republican Leader Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster).
“Committees are the foundation of legislating, and Republican members have a lot to offer based on their knowledge, skills and abilities as well as their experiences. Despite partisan Democrat House operating rules that stack committees with the largest disproportionate splits in recent memory, House Republicans are ready to get to work and have been for quite some time,” Cutler stated.
“Our leadership team has worked to populate each committee to maximize conservative voices on important issues likely to emerge this term to ensure the voices of the people we represent are heard and we can offer true collaboration on the issues facing Pennsylvania.”
This session there are 24 standing committees in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. House Republicans named standing committee chairs in January.
Republican Leader Bryan Cutler
100th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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