Jobs and the Economy Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly

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The Jobs and the Economy is a standing committee of the Wisconsin State Assembly.

Beginning with the 2015 legislative session, the name of this committee changed from “Jobs, Economy and Mining Committee” to “Jobs and the Economy”.[1] It was titled the Jobs, the Economy and Small Business Committee prior to the 2013 legislative session.

Per the Assembly Rules, committees of the Wisconsin State Assembly are assigned by the Speaker of the House. Committees are assigned at the start of each term.[2] A majority of appointed members make up a committee's quorum.[3] The Speaker is not recognized as an ex officio member of any committee.

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: Assembly Rules

Membership

2015 legislative session

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2015 legislative session.

Jobs and the Economy Members, 2015
Democratic members (5)Republican members (10)
Mandela BarnesAdam Neylon, Chair
Mark SpreitzerScott Krug, Vice chair
JoCasta ZamarripaGary Tauchen
Amanda StuckScott Allen
Tod OhnstadBob Kulp
Mike Kuglitsch
Paul Tittl
John Macco
Mike Rohrkaste
David Steffen

2013-2014

2011-2012

2009-2010

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