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{{bluedot}} '''Democrats (8)'''
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*[[Fred Crespo]] ''Chair''
*[[Fred Crespo]] ''Chair''
*[[Al Riley]] ''Vice Chair''
*[[Al Riley]] ''Vice Chair''
*[[William Burns]]
*[[Monique D. Davis]]
*[[Monique D. Davis]]
*[[Kelly M. Burke]]
*[[Kelly M. Burke]]
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*[[Kenneth Dunkin]]
*[[Kenneth Dunkin]]
*[[Arthur Turner II]]
*[[Arthur Turner II]]
'''Note:''' [[William Burns]] resigned his seat in May 2011, leaving a position on the committee open.
{{reddot}} '''Republicans (6)'''
{{reddot}} '''Republicans (6)'''

Revision as of 12:32, 7 December 2011

Illinois House of Representatives
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House Committees

Adoption Reform
Agriculture & Conservation
Appropriations-Elementary & Secondary Education
Appropriations-General Service
Appropriations-Higher Education
Appropriations-Human Services
Appropriations-Public Safety
Business Growth & Incentives
Business & Occupational Licenses
Cities & Villages
Committee of the Whole
Community College Access & Affordability
Consumer Protection
Counties & Townships
Economic Development & Housing
Elementary & Secondary Education Charter School Policy
Elementary & Secondary Education School Curriculum Policies
Elementary & Secondary Education Licensing Oversight
Financial Institutions
Health & Healthcare Disparities
Health Care Availability Access
Health Care Licenses
Higher Education
Human Services
Intermodal Infrastructure
International Trade & Commerce
Judiciary - Civil
Judiciary - Criminal
Juvenile Justice & System-Involved
Labor & CommerceMuseums, Arts, & Cultural Enhancement
Personnel & Pensions
Public Utilities
Renewable Energy & Sustainability
Restorative Justice
Revenue & FinanceRules
Small Business Empowerment & Workforce Development
Special Needs Services
State Government Administration
Substance Abuse
Tollway Oversight
Tourism & Conventions
Transportation: Regulation, Roads & Bridges
Transportation: Vehicles & Safety
Veterans' Affairs

Youth & Young Adults
Joint Committees
Senate Committees

The Appropriations-General Service Committee is a standing committee of the Illinois House of Representatives.



Democratic Party Democrats (7)

Note: William Burns resigned his seat in May 2011, leaving a position on the committee open.

Republican Party Republicans (6)


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