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Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention Committee, Missouri House of Representatives

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The Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention Committee (previously known as the Economic Development Committee) is a standing committee of the Missouri House of Representatives.

Per Rule 22 of the House Rules, standing, conference, interim and statutory committees in the Missouri House of Representatives are appointed by the Speaker of the House, with minority members of regular standing committees being appointed by the Minority Floor Leader. Special standing committees are appointed by the Speaker with input from the Minority Floor Leader on minority leadership. The Speaker is responsible for designating the number of members of each committee. Unless provided for by the act or resolution creating a committee, partisan balance of committee membership is to match partisan balance of the chamber as closely as possible, save for the Ethics Committee, which is to consist of an equal number of majority and minority members. The chair and vice-chair of each standing committee are appointed by the Speaker. The Speaker, Speaker Pro Tem, floor leaders, assistant floor leaders and whips serve as ex officio members on all standing committees. The chair and a minority member of the Budget Committee serve as ex officio members on all Appropriations committees. Ex officio members do not hold voting power unless properly appointed.[1]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: Rules of the House of Representatives - 97th General Assembly


The Committee on Economic Development may consider matters referred to it relating to commerce, industrial growth, expansion, and development.[2][3]


2015 legislative session

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

Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention Members, 2015
Democratic members (6)Republican members (8)
Randy DunnCaleb Rowden, Chair
Michael ButlerKevin Corlew, Vice-chair
Michele KratkyKevin Austin
Randy DunnNathan Beard
Donna LichteneggerShamed Dogan
John RizzoJim Hansen
Delus Johnson
Donna Pfautsch


The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.

Economic Development Members, 2013
Democratic members (9)Republican members (18)
Randy DunnAnne Zerr, Chair
Vicki EnglundJeanie Lauer, Vice-chair
Michele KratkyKevin Austin
Bonnaye MimsWanda Brown
Bill OttoPaul Curtman
John RizzoKevin Engler
Joe RunionsLyndall Fraker
Clem SmithDoug Funderburk
Jay SwearingenMarsha Haefner
Jim Hansen
Tom Hurst
Jeffrey Messenger
Lynn Morris
Craig Redmon
Caleb Rowden
Chrissy Sommer
Noel Torpey
Paul Wieland


The following table describes committee membership for the 2011 legislative session.

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