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Senate Special Committee on Aging

The Senate Special Committee on Aging conducts a continuing study of issues related to older Americans such as health, income, lifestyle, and more. The committee reports its findings back to the Senate at least once a year. No bills are referred to this committee and the committee has no legislative jurisdiction. (source)

http://www.aging.senate.gov/

Chair:
Sen. Susan Collins [R-ME]
Ranking Member:
Sen. Robert “Bob” Casey [D-PA]
Republicans:
9
Democrats:
8

The chair is always selected from the majority party and the ranking member is the most senior member of the minority party.

The majority party ensures it has a majority on every committee.

Members

Portrait of Susan Collins
Chair
Susan Collins
Maine
Republican
Portrait of Robert “Bob” Casey Jr.
Ranking Member
Robert “Bob” Casey Jr.
Pennsylvania
Democrat
Portrait of Richard Blumenthal
Richard Blumenthal
Connecticut
Democrat
Portrait of Richard Burr
Richard Burr
North Carolina
Republican
Portrait of Bob Corker
Bob Corker
Tennessee
Republican
Portrait of Catherine Cortez Masto
Catherine Cortez Masto
Nevada
Democrat
Portrait of Joe Donnelly
Joe Donnelly
Indiana
Democrat
Portrait of Deb Fischer
Deb Fischer
Nebraska
Republican
Portrait of Jeff Flake
Jeff Flake
Arizona
Republican
Portrait of Kirsten Gillibrand
Kirsten Gillibrand
New York
Democrat
Portrait of Orrin Hatch
Orrin Hatch
Utah
Republican
Portrait of Bill Nelson
Bill Nelson
Florida
Democrat
Portrait of Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio
Florida
Republican
Portrait of Tim Scott
Tim Scott
South Carolina
Republican
Portrait of Thom Tillis
Thom Tillis
North Carolina
Republican
Portrait of Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Warren
Massachusetts
Democrat
Portrait of Sheldon Whitehouse
Sheldon Whitehouse
Rhode Island
Democrat

Bills

There are 4 bills referred to this committee:

Date PDF Bill