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Regulatory Reform Committee, North Carolina House of Representatives

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Senate Committees

The Regulatory Reform Committee is a standing committee of the North Carolina House of Representatives.

Per Section 26 of the House Rules, committees of the North Carolina House of Representatives are assigned by the Speaker of the House.[1] Before assigning members of committees and subcommittees, The Speaker shall consult with the Minority to consider members' preferences.[2] The rules do not specify when or how often committees are assigned. The Speaker shall have the right to appoint the chair and vice-chair of each standing committee.[1] Vacancies in a committee or subcommittee may not be filled by the Speaker after April 15 except to fill vacancies caused by resignation, death, removal or the inability to serve.[3]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: House Resolution 54

Membership

2015 legislative session

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

Regulatory Reform Committee Members, 2015
Democratic members (9)Republican members (20)
Ken Goodman, Vice ChairmanJohn Bell (North Carolina), Chairman
William BrissonChris Millis, Chairman
Tricia CothamDennis Riddell, Chairman
Carla CunninghamJonathan Jordan, Vice Chairman
Larry HallMichael Speciale, Vice Chairman
Mary HarrisonDan Bishop
Graig MeyerHugh Blackwell
Rodney MooreJohn R. Bradford III
Joe Sam QueenMark Brody
Rob Bryan
Rick Catlin
James Dixon
Nelson Dollar
Michael Hager
Bert Jones
Patricia McElraft
Jacqueline Schaffer
Paul Stam
Sarah Stevens
Chris Whitmire

2013-2014

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

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