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==Committee legislation==
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Committees of the U.S. Congress

Joint Congressional Committees
Deficit ReductionEconomicLibraryPrintingTaxation

U.S. Senate Committees
AgingAgriculture, Nutrition, and ForestryAppropriationsArmed ServicesBanking, Housing, and Urban AffairsBudgetCommerce, Science, and TransportationEnergy and Natural ResourcesEnvironment and Public WorksEthics (Select)FinanceForeign RelationsHealth, Education, Labor, and PensionsHomeland Security and Governmental AffairsIndian AffairsIntelligence (Select)JudiciaryRules and AdministrationSmall Business and EntrepreneurshipVeterans' Affairs

U.S. House Committees
AgricultureAppropriationsArmed ServicesBudgetEducation and the WorkforceEnergy and CommerceEthicsFinancial ServicesForeign AffairsHomeland SecurityHouse AdministrationIntelligence (Permanent Select)JudiciaryNatural ResourcesOversight and Government ReformRulesScience, Space, and TechnologySmall BusinessTransportation and InfrastructureVeterans' AffairsWays and Means

United States CongressUnited States SenateUnited States House of RepresentativesUnited States Constitution113th United States Congress112th United States Congress
The United States House of Representatives Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs is a standing committee of the U.S. Senate. It was created in an earlier form in 1913. The inaugural committee was chaired by Robert L. Owen.[1]


113th Congress

Tim Johnson (D) retained his role as committee chair in the 113th Congress.[2]

112th Congress

The committee chair in the 112th Congress was Tim Johnson (D).


2013-2014 (113th Congress)

Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Members, 2013-2014
Democratic members (12)Republican members (10)
Tim Johnson (South Dakota) ChairMichael Crapo (Idaho) Ranking member
Jack Reed (Rhode Island) Richard C. Shelby (Alabama)
Charles E. Schumer (New York) Bob Corker (Tennessee)
Robert Menendez (New Jersey) David Vitter (Louisiana)
Sherrod Brown (Ohio) Mike Johanns (Nebraska)
Jon Tester (Montana) Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania)
Mark Warner (Virginia) Mark Steven Kirk (Illinois)
Jeff Merkley (Oregon) Jerry Moran (Kansas)
Kay Hagan (North Carolina) Tom Coburn (Oklahoma)
Joe Manchin III (West Virginia) Dean Heller (Nevada)
Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)
Heidi Heitkamp (North Dakota)

2011-2012 (112th Congress)

Committee legislation

The below chart from Find The Best tracks the legislation coming out of each committee.

Source: This graphic was generated by Find The Best.


Economic Policy

Jurisdiction: Economic growth, employment and price stability, Monetary policy, including monetary policy functions of the Federal Reserve System, Financial Stability Oversight Counsel, Office of Financial Research, Council of Economic Advisors, Money and credit, including currency, coinage and notes, Control of prices of commodities, rents and services, Economic stabilization, Financial aid to commerce and industry, Loan guarantees, Flood insurance, Disaster assistance, Small Business Lending[3]

Housing, Transportation, and Community Development

Jurisdiction: Urban mass transit, urban affairs and development, Federal Transit Administration, HUD, Affordable Housing, Foreclosure Mitigation, Mortgage Servicing, HAMP, FHA, Senior Housing, Nursing home construction, Rural Housing Service, Indian Housing[3]

Financial Institutions and Consumer Protection

Jurisdiction: Banks, savings associations, credit unions, and other financial institutions, Deposit Insurance, Federal Home Loan Bank System, Regulatory activities of the Federal Reserve System, OCC, OTC, FDIC, NCUA, E-commerce, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau[3]

National Security and International Trade and Finance

Jurisdiction: Export and foreign trade promotion, Export controls, Export financing, International economic policy, International financial, and development institutions, Export-Import Bank, International Trade Administration, Bureau of Export Administration, Defense Production Act[3]

Securities, Insurance, and Investment

Jurisdiction: Securities, annuities, and other financial investments, SEC: SIPC: CFTC (single stock futures and other financial instruments within CFTC jurisdiction), Government securities, Fannie Mae; Freddie Mac, Financial exchanges and markets, Financial derivatives, Accounting standards, Insurance[3]


According to the official Senate website, the jurisdiction of the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee includes the following:

  1. Banks, banking, and financial institutions.
  2. Control of prices of commodities, rents and services.
  3. Deposit insurance.
  4. Economic stabilization and defense production.
  5. Export and foreign trade promotion.
  6. Export controls.
  7. Federal monetary policy, including the Federal Reserve System.
  8. Financial aid to commerce and industry.
  9. Issuance and redemption of notes.
  10. Money and credit, including currency and coinage.
  11. Nursing home construction.
  12. Public and private housing (including veterans housing).
  13. Renegotiation of Government contracts.
  14. Urban development and urban mass transit.
  15. study and review on a comprehensive basis, matters relating to international economic policy as it affects United States monetary affairs, credit, and financial institutions; economic growth, urban affairs, and credit, and report thereon from time to time.


534 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

Phone: (202) 224-7391
Fax: (202) 224-5137

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