Legislative Services Committee (Georgia)

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The Legislative Services Committee is a 16-member legislative body consisting entirely of seats stipulated in Georgia law. The committee is responsible for administration of the Joint Legislative Offices, which provides the day-to-day services necessary for the entire legislative branch of the state's government.[1]

Scope and jurisdiction[edit]

The Joint Legislative Offices operate under the administrative jurisdiction of the Legislative Services Committee. The committee's composition is stipulated by Georgia law. The committee ensures day-to-day services necessary for the legislative branch of government are available; throughout the state./[1]

Members[edit]

As of 2014, the 16 members[1] of the Legislative Services Committee are:

  • Speaker of the House of Representatives
  • President of the Senate
  • Chairperson of the Senate Appropriations Committee
  • Chairperson of the House Appropriations Committee
  • Chairperson of the Senate Judiciary Committee
  • Chairperson of the House Judiciary Committee
  • Chairperson of the Senate Banking and Financial Institutions Committee
  • Chairperson of the House Ways and Means Committee
  • President Pro Tempore of the Senate
  • Speaker Pro Tempore of the House
  • Majority leader of the Senate
  • Majority leader of the House
  • Minority leader of the Senate
  • Minority leader of the House
  • Secretary of the Senate
  • Clerk of the House

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Legislative Services Committee. legis.ga.gov. Retrieved June 26, 2013.

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