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{{bluedot}} '''Democrats (13)'''
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*[[Thomas Holbrook]] ''Chair''
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*[[Dan Reitz]]
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*[[Linda Chapa LaVia]]
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'''Note:''' [[Thomas Holbrook]], who was serving as Chair, resigned from the legislature on October 24, 2011, leaving a vacancy in the committee.<ref>[ ''Belleville News Democrat,'' "Rep. Tom Holbrook of Belleville resigns to accept state job," October 24, 2011] </ref>
{{reddot}} '''Republicans (11)'''
{{reddot}} '''Republicans (11)'''

Revision as of 07:09, 25 October 2011

Illinois House of Representatives
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House Committees

Accountability & Administrative Review
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 & VillagesCommittee of the Whole
Consumer ProtectionCounties & Townships
Economic Development
Elementary & Secondary EducationEnergy
Financial Institutions
Health & Healthcare Disparities
Health Care Availability Access
Health Care Licenses
Higher EducationHousingHuman Services
InsuranceInternational Trade & Commerce
JudiciaryLabor & CommerceMass Transit
Museums, Arts, & Cultural Enhancement
Personnel & PensionsPublic Utilities
Restorative JusticeRevenue & FinanceRules
Small Business Empowerment & Workforce Development
State Government AdministrationTollway Oversight
Tourism & Conventions
Transportation: Regulation, Roads & Bridges
Transportation: Vehicles & Safety

Veterans' Affairs
Joint Committees
Senate Committees

The Public Utilities Committee is a standing committee of the Illinois House of Representatives.



Democratic Party Democrats (12)

Note: Thomas Holbrook, who was serving as Chair, resigned from the legislature on October 24, 2011, leaving a vacancy in the committee.[1]

Republican Party Republicans (11)


External links

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