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Chairman-elect Hastings announces Republican Members of House Natural Resources Committee for the 112th Congress


WASHINGTON, D.C., December 17, 2010 - Natural Resources Committee Chairman-elect Doc Hastings (WA-04) today announced the Republican Members of the Natural Resources Committee for the 112th Congress.

“This is a very knowledgeable and talented team of Members, and includes 15 newly-elected Republicans,” said Chairman-elect Hastings. “Each of our Members will play key roles as the Natural Resources Committee begins its work in January to focus on creating jobs, growing our economy, reducing spending and increasing American energy production.

Returning Members
Doc Hastings (WA-04)
Don Young (AK-at large)
John Duncan (TN-02)
Louie Gohmert (TX-01)
Rob Bishop (UT-01)
Doug Lamborn (CO-05)
Robert Wittman (VA-01)
Paul Broun (GA-10)
John Fleming (LA-04)
Mike Coffman (CO-06)
Tom McClintock (CA-04)

New Members (in alphabetical order)
Glenn Thompson (PA-5)
Daniel Benishek (MI-01)
Jeff Denham (CA-19)
Jeff Duncan (SC-03)
Charles Fleischmann (TN-03)
William Flores (TX-17)
Paul Gosar (AZ-01)
Andy Harris (MD-01)
Bill Johnson (OH-06)
Raul Labrador (ID-01)
Jeffrey Landry (LA-03)
Kristi Lynn Noem (SD-at large)
David Rivera (FL-25)
Jon Runyan (NJ-03)
Steve Southerland (FL-02)
Scott Tipton (CO-03)

Hastings also announced that decisions on establishing Subcommittees and selecting Subcommittee Chairmen will happen within the next several weeks.

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