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Illinois House of Representatives
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The Financial Institutions Committee is a standing committee of the Illinois House of Representatives.

Membership

2011

Democratic Party Democrats (11)

Note: Thomas Holbrook resigned from the legislature on October 24, 2011, leaving a vacancy in the committee.[2]

Republican Party Republicans (11)

2009-2010

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