House Subcommittee on Federalism and the Census

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House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
House Subcommittee on Federalism and the Census
Members, 109th Congress
Democrats: Republicans:

Link to the webpage for the Subcommittee

From that link: The Subcommittee on Federalism and the Census is responsible for authorizing legislation affecting the US Census Bureau. The Subcommittee also has limited legislative jurisdiction on general policies affecting state and local governments, especially as they interact with the Federal government.

In the 109th Congress the Subcommittee will explore issues surrounding the interaction between federal, state and local governments. The Subcommittee will explore issues such as unfunded mandates; grant management; intergovernmental coordination and cooperation; and general issues involving the US Census Bureau. Specifically the Subcommittee plans to review the Community Development Block Grant Program and other programs important to the revitalization of America's cities. The Committee will also inquire into what efforts can be undertaken by the Federal government to assist state and local entities in addressing community development, historic preservation, brownfield relief and other issues.

Current chairman: Michael R. Turner (OH-03), former Mayor of Dayton (1994-2002). His opponent in the 2006 election, Stephanie Studebaker, was arrested on Aug 14, 2006 in a domestic violence dispute with her husband.

Turner's major contributors include NCR Corp. of Dayton, developers, realtors, and bankers/credit unions. --Pat of butter in a sea of grits 09:14, 14 November 2006 (PST)

As of 1/4/07, still no update to committee webpage to show new committee membership.--Pat of butter in a sea of grits 08:58, 4 January 2007 (PST)

1/5/07: All House webpages appear to be down. Maybe they are being updated.--Pat of butter in a sea of grits 10:02, 5 January 2007 (PST)

1/11/07: New subcommittee title, Information Policy, Census and National Archives--Pat of butter in a sea of grits 17:22, 12 January 2007 (PST)

Recent hearing topics:

September 20, 2006- Historic Preservation and Community Development

Sep 6, 2006 - Intercensal Population Estimates

July 29, 2006- The Airforce Institute of Technology: An Intergovernmental Model for Today’s Military Education

July 18, 2006- Public Housing in the 21st Century

June 27, 2006- Community Development Block Grant Reform

June 20, 2006- Poverty, Public Housing and the CRA

May 23, 2006- Public Housing in the Competitive Market Place

May 10, 2006- Public Housing Authorities

March 21, 2006- Economic Development in the Heartland

March 13, 2006- New England Brownfields

--Pat of butter in a sea of grits 10:59, 14 November 2006 (PST)


House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittees:

Criminal Justice, Drug Policy & Human ResourcesEnergy & ResourcesFederalism & the CensusFederal Workforce & Agency OrganizationGovernment Management, Finance, & AccountabilityNational Security, Emerging Threats & International RelationsRegulatory Affairs

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