Senate GOP Name Committee Chairs

Yesterday, the state Senate announced the new committee chairs for the 2019-2020 session.

Multiple positions opened up due to retirements and losses in November, but none may be more notable than Sen. Lisa Baker (R-Luzerne) heading the Senate Judiciary Committee after longtime Sen. Stewart Greenleaf retired.

Here are the majority chairs below.

Aging & Youth: Senator John DiSanto (R-15)

Agriculture & Rural Affairs: Senator Elder Vogel, Jr. (R-47)

Appropriations: Senator Pat Browne (R-16)

Banking & Insurance: Senator Don White (R-41)

Communications & Technology: Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. (R-35)

Community, Economic & Recreational Development: Senator Mario Scavello (R-40)

Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure: Senator Robert Tomlinson (R-6)

Education: Senator Ryan Aument (R-36)

Environmental Resources & Energy: Senator Gene Yaw (R-23)

Finance: Senator Scott Hutchinson (R-21)

Game & Fisheries: Senator Dan Laughlin (R-49)

Health & Human Services: Senator Michele Brooks (R-50)

Intergovernmental Operations:  Senator Judy Ward (R-30)

Judiciary:  Senator Lisa Baker (R-20)

Labor & Industry:  Senator Camera Bartolotta (R-46)

Law & Justice:  Senator Pat Stefano (R-32)

Local Government: Senator Scott Martin (R-13)

Rules & Executive Nominations: Senator Jake Corman (R-34)

State Government: Senator Mike Folmer (R-48)

Transportation: Senator Kim Ward (R-39)

Urban Affairs & Housing: Senator Tom Killion (R-9)

Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness: Senator Mike Regan (R-31)

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