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House Democrats named to Financial Services spots
WASHINGTON (1/21/11)--Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) revealed the new and continuing Democratic financial services subcommittee ranking members, as well as the panels' general membership in a Thursday release. The announcement comes just a day after new House Financial Services Chairman Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) released his Republican subcommittee lineup for the 112th Congress on Wednesday. (See related Jan. 20 story: Bachus names Republican members of finance subcommittees.) Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.) will serve as ranking minority member for the House Financial Services subcommittee on capital markets and government-sponsored enterprises. Reps. Gary Ackerman (N.Y.), Brad Sherman (Calif.), Ruben Hinojosa (Texas), Stephen Lynch (Mass.), Brad Miller (N.C.), Carolyn Maloney (N.Y.), Gwen Moore (Wis.), Ed Perlmutter (Colo.), Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Andre Carson (Ind.), Jim Himes (Conn.), Gary Peters (Mich.), Al Green (Texas) and Keith Ellison (Minn.) were also named by Frank to serve on that subcommittee. The ranking Democrat on the domestic monetary policy and technology subcommittee will be Rep. William Lacy Clay (Mo.). Rep. Carolyn Maloney is the leading Democrat on the financial institutions and consumer credit subcommittee, and Rep. Luis Gutierrez (Ill.) will be the senior minority member of the insurance, housing and community opportunity subcommittee. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York will be ranking minority member of subcommittee on international monetary policy and trade. She will be joined on that panel by fellow Democrats Perlmutter, Donnelly, Moore, Carson, and Rep. David Scott (Ga.). Rep. Michael Capuano (Mass.) will serve as the ranking Democratic member of the subcommittee on oversight and investigations.


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