Tea Party Republicans Head to Foreign Relations, Labor, Judiciary and Appropriations Committes

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Jan. 27 2011 3:20 PM

Tea Party Republicans Head to Foreign Relations, Labor, Judiciary and Appropriations Committes

SenateUS has the list , which I can break down for the members of the Tea Party caucus and the two non-members -- Marco Rubio and Ron Johnson -- who are identified with the movement.

Marco Rubio - Foreign Relations; Commerce, Science, and Transportation; Intelligence; Rules; Small Business

Rand Paul - Energy and Natural Resources; Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; Small Business

Mike Lee - Judiciary; Joint Economic Committee; Foreign Relations; Energy and Natural Resources

Ron Johnson - Appropriations; Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs; Aging; Budget

Jerry Moran - Aging; Small Business; Veterans Affairs; Appropriations; Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs


Pat Toomey - Commerce, Science, and Transportation; Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; Budget; Joint Economic Committee

David Weigel is a reporter for Bloomberg Politics



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