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House Standing Committees are listed below, with their respective subcommittees. Click on a committee name to access committee home pages.

AGRICULTURE (H)
APPROPRIATIONS & REVENUE (H)
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Protection, Tourism, and Energy
House Budget Review Subcommittee on General Government
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Health and Family Services
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Justice, Public Safety, & Judiciary (H)
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Personnel, Public Retirement, and Finance
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Primary and Secondary Education and Workforce Investment
House Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation
BANKING & INSURANCE (H)
COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES (H)
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & WORKFORCE INVESTMENT (H)
EDUCATION (H)
ELECTIONS, CONST. AMENDMENTS & INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS (H)
ENROLLMENT (H)
HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES (H)
JUDICIARY (H)
LICENSING, OCCUPATIONS, & ADMIN REGS (H)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (H)
NATURAL RESOURCES & ENERGY (H)
RULES (H)
SMALL BUSINESS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (H)
STATE GOVERNMENT (H)
TOURISM & OUTDOOR RECREATION (H)
TRANSPORTATION (H)
VETERANS, MILITARY AFFAIRS, AND PUBLIC PROTECTION (H)
The General Assembly meets in regular session 60 days in even-numbered years, and 30 days in odd-numbered years. To provide an efficient way of deliberating the many issues under consideration, each chamber is organized into standing committees which concentrate on specific topics, such as Education or Transportation. The jurisdiction of each committee is detailed in the House Rules, which are adopted at the beginning of each session. Standing committees, which usually number between 12 and 15 for each chamber, meet only during a session, and all proposed legislation must move through them.

Click here for more information on the role of standing committees in the legislative process.

Click here for the Leadership and Standing Committee List.