List of Current United States Senate Committees

List Of Current United States Senate Committees

This is a complete list of U.S. congressional committees (standing committees and select or special committees) that are currently operating in the United States Senate.

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List Of Current United States Senate Committees - Committee Classes - Jurisdiction
... Standing committees in the Senate have their jurisdiction set by three primary sources Senate Rules, ad hoc Senate Resolutions, and Senate Resolutions related to committee funding ... To see an overview of the jurisdictions of standing committees in the Senate, see Standing Rules of the United States Senate, Rule XXV ...

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