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93rd United States Congress

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Senate Pres. pro tem:  James Eastland (D)
Senate Majority:  Democratic
House Speaker:  Carl Albert (D)
House Majority:  Democratic
93rd United States Congress
Senate President  Spiro Agnew (R) until October 10, 1973 Vacant Oct 10–Dec 6, 1973 Gerald Ford (R) December 6, 1973 to August 9, 1974 Vacant Aug 9–Dec 19, 1974 Nelson Rockefeller (R) from December 19, 1974
Members:  100 Senators 435 Representatives

The Ninety-third United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DC from January 3, 1973 to January 3, 1975, during the end of Richard Nixon's presidency, and the beginning of Gerald Ford's. This Congress was the first (and, to date, only) Congress with more than two Senate Presidents (the Vice President of the United States), in this case, three. After the resignation of Spiro Agnew, Gerald Ford was appointed under the authority of the newly ratified 25th Amendment. Ford became President the next year and Nelson Rockefeller was appointed in his place. The apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the Nineteenth Census of the United States in 1970. Both chambers had a Democratic majority.

Contents

Major events

  • January 20, 1973: President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew inaugurated for their second term
  • January 22, 1973: Supreme Court issued abortion decision, Roe v. Wade
  • January 27, 1973: Paris Peace Accords signed
  • October 10, 1973: Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned
  • October 20, 1973: Saturday Night Massacre
  • December 6, 1973: Vice President Gerald Ford inaugurated
  • August 9, 1974: President Richard Nixon resigned. Gerald Ford became President.
  • November 5, 1974: United States midterm elections: Democrats increased their majorities in both houses
  • December 19, 1974: Vice President Nelson Rockefeller inaugurated
  • Major legislation

  • August 13, 1973: Federal Aid Highway Act of 1973, Pub.L. 93–87, title I, 87 Stat. 250
  • September 26, 1973: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Pub.L. 93–112, 87 Stat. 355
  • October 1, 1973: Domestic Volunteer Services Act of 1973 (VISTA), Pub.L. 93–113, 87 Stat. 394
  • October 4, 1973: Oil Pollution Act of 1973, Pub.L. 93–119, 87 Stat. 424-2
  • November 3, 1973: Amtrak Improvement Act, Pub.L. 93–146, 87 Stat. 548
  • November 7, 1973: War Powers Resolution, Pub.L. 93–148, 87 Stat. 555
  • November 29, 1973: Hobby Protection Act, 87 Stat. 686
  • December 28, 1973: Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, Pub.L. 93–203
  • December 28, 1973: Endangered Species Act, Pub.L. 93–205, 87 Stat. 884
  • December 29, 1973: Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973, Pub.L. 93–222
  • March 7, 1974: Water Resources Development Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–251, 88 Stat. 34
  • May 22, 1974: Disaster Relief Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–288, 88 Stat. 143
  • July 12, 1974: Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–344, 88 Stat. 297
  • July 25, 1974: Legal Services Corporation Act, Pub.L. 93–355, 88 Stat. 378
  • August 21, 1974: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Pub.L. 93–380, title V, §513, 88 Stat. 571
  • September 2, 1974: Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), Pub.L. 93–406, 88 Stat. 829
  • September 7, 1974: Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–415, 88 Stat. 1109
  • October 29, 1974: Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–498, 88 Stat. 1535
  • November 26, 1974: National Mass Transportation Assistance Act, Pub.L. 93–503, 88 Stat. 1565
  • December 3, 1974: Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act, Pub.L. 93–508, 88 Stat. 1578
  • December 16, 1974: Safe Drinking Water Act, Pub.L. 93–523, 88 Stat. 1660
  • December 31, 1974: Privacy Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–579, 88 Stat. 1896
  • January 2, 1975: An Act to Establish Rules of Evidence for Certain Courts and Proceedings, Pub.L. 93–595, 88 Stat. 1926
  • January 3, 1975: Trade Act of 1974, Pub.L. 93–618, 88 Stat. 1978
  • January 3, 1975: Hazardous Materials Transportation Act, Pub.L. 93–633, title I, 88 Stat. 2156
  • January 4, 1975: National Health Planning and Resources Development Act, Pub.L. 93–641, 88 Stat. 2225
  • Hearings

  • May 17, 1973: Watergate hearings began (Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities)
  • May 9, 1974: Hearings on the Impeachment of President Nixon began (House of Representatives Judiciary Committee)
  • Senate

  • President of the Senate: Spiro Agnew (R) until October 10, 1973
  • Gerald Ford (R) December 6, 1973 – August 9, 1974
  • Nelson Rockefeller (R) from December 19, 1974
  • President pro tempore: James Eastland (D)
  • Permanent Acting President pro tempore: Lee Metcalf (D)
  • Majority (Democratic) leadership

  • Majority Leader: Mike Mansfield
  • Majority Whip: Robert Byrd
  • Caucus Secretary: Frank Moss
  • Minority (Republican) leadership

  • Minority Leader: Hugh Scott
  • Minority Whip: Robert P. Griffin
  • Republican Conference Chairman: Norris Cotton
  • Republican Conference Secretary: Wallace F. Bennett
  • National Senatorial Committee Chair: Bill Brock
  • Policy Committee Chairman: John Tower
  • House of Representatives

  • Speaker: Carl Albert (D)
  • Majority (Democratic) leadership

  • Majority Leader: Tip O'Neill
  • Majority Whip: John J. McFall
  • Democratic Caucus Chairman: Olin E. Teague
  • Caucus Secretary: Leonor Sullivan
  • Democratic Campaign Committee Chairman: Wayne Hays
  • Minority (Republican) leadership

  • Minority Leader: Gerald Ford until December 6, 1973
  • John Jacob Rhodes from December 7, 1973
  • Minority Whip: Leslie C. Arends
  • Conference Chair: John B. Anderson
  • Policy Committee Chairman: Barber Conable
  • Caucuses

  • Congressional Black Caucus
  • House Democratic Caucus
  • Members

    This list is arranged by chamber, then by state. Senators are listed in order of seniority, and Representatives are listed by district.

  • Skip down to House of Representatives
  • Senate

    Senators are popularly elected statewide every two years, with one-third beginning new six-year terms with each Congress. Preceding the names in the list below are Senate class numbers, which indicate the cycle of their election. In this Congress, Class 1 means their term began in the last Congress, requiring reelection in 1976; Class 2 means their term began with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1978; and Class 3 means their term ended with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1974.

    House of Representatives

    The names of members of the House of Representatives are preceded by their district numbers.

    House of Representatives

    There were three deaths before this Congress began.

    Committees

    Lists of committees and their party leaders.

    Senate

  • Aging (Special) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Aeronautical and Space Sciences ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agriculture and Forestry ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Environment, Soil Conservation and Forestry ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agriculture Credit and Rural Electrification ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agricultural Production, Marketing and Stablization of Prices ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agricultural Research and General Legislation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Rural Development ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Agricultural Policy ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Appropriations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agriculture, Environmental and Consumer Protection ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Defense ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Intelligence Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • District of Columbia ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Housing and Urban Development, Space, Science and Veterans ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Interior ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Labor, Health, Education and Welfare ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Legislative ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Military Construction ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Works, AEC ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • State, Justice, Commerce and the Judiciary ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Transportation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Treasury, U.S. Postal Service and General Government ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Armed Services ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Central Intelligence ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Preparedness Investigating ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • National Stockfile and Naval Petroleum Reserves ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Status of Forces ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Military Construction Authorization ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Arms Control ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Safeguards ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Tactical Air Power ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Research and Development ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • General Legislation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Reprograming of Funds ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Drug Abuse in the Military ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Consumer Credit ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Financial Institutions ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Finance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Production and Stabilization ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Securities ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Small Business ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Commerce ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Aviation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Communications ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Consumer ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Environment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Commerce and Tourism ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Merchant Marine ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Oceans and Atmosphere ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Surface and Transportation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • District of Columbia ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Business, Commerce and Judiciary ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Fiscal Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Health, Education, Welfare and Safety ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Finance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Trade ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Health ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Private Pension Plans ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • State Taxation of Interstate Commerce ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foundations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Finance and Resource ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Relations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Near Eastern Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • European Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Far Eastern Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Oceans and International Environment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Western Hemisphere Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Arms Control, International Law and Organization ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • South Asian Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • African Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • U.S. Security Agreements and Commitments Aboard ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Multinational Corporations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Government Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Permanent Investigations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Intergovernmental Relations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Reorganization, Research and International Organizations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Budgeting, Management and Expenditures ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Surplus Property (Ad Hoc) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Inpoundment of Funds (Ad Hoc) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Procurement (Ad Hoc) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Interior and Insular Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Indian Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Minerals, Materials and Fuels ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Parks and Recreation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Lands ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Territories and Insular Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Water and Power Resources ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Legislative Oversight ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Judiciary ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Administrative Practice and Procedure ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Antitrust Monopoly ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Constitutional Amendments ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Constitutional Rights ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Criminal Laws and Procedures ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • FBI Oversight ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Federal Charters, Holidays and Celebrations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Immigration and Naturalization ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Improvements in Judicial Machinery ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Internal Security ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Juvenile Delinquency ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Penitentiaries ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Rufugees and Escapees ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Revision and Codification ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Separation of Powers ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Labor and Public Welfare ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Labor ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Handicapped Workers ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Education ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Health ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Employment, Poverty and Migratory Labor ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Children and Youth ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Aging ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Railroad Retirement ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Alcoholism and Narcotics ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • National Science Foundation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Human Resources ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Nutrition and Human Needs (Select) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Post Office and Civil Service ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Civil Service Policies and Practices ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Compensation and Employment Benefits ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Postal Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Presidential Campaign Activities (Select) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Works ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Air and Water Pollution ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Panel on Environmental Science and Technology ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Economic Development ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Water Resources ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Roads ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Disaster Relief ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Buildings and Grounds ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Rules and Administration ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Standing Rules of the Senate ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Privileges and Elections ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Printing ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Library ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Smithsonian Institution ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Restaurant ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Computer Services ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Secret and Confidential Government Documents (Special)
  • [[United States Senate Select Committee on Small Business|Small([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member) Business (Select)]] ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Standards and Conduct (Select) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Termination of the National Emergency (Special) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Veterans' Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Housing and Insurance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Readjustment, Education and Employment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Health and Hospitals ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Compensation and Pensions ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Whole
  • House of Representatives

  • Agriculture ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Cotton ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Dairy and Poultry ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Forests ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Livestock and Grains ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Oilseeds and Rice ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Tobacco ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Conservation and Credit ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Domestic Marketing and Consumer Relations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Department Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Family Farms and Rural Development ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Appropriations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agriculture, Environmental and Consumer Protection ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Defense ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • District of Columbia ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Housing and Urban Development/Space, Science and Veterans ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Interior ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Labor, Health, Education and Welfare ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Legislative ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Military Construction ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Works ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • State, Justice, Commerce and Judiciary ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Transportation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Treasury, Postal Service and General Government ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Armed Services ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Subcommittee No.#1 ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Subcommittee No.#2 ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Subcommittee No.#3 ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Subcommittee No.#4 ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Subcommittee No.#5 ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Intelligence ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Human Relations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Armed Services Investigation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Banking and Currency ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Domestic Finance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Housing ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Consumer Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Trade ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Small Business ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Bank Supervision and Insurance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Finance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Urban Mass Transit ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Crime (Select) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • District of Columbia ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Business, Commerce and Taxation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Education ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Government Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Judiciary ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Labor, Social Services and the International Community ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Revenue and Financial Services ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Education and Labor ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Equal Opportunity ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Agricultural Labor ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • National Security Policy and Scientific Developments ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • State Department Organization and Foreign Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Inter-American Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Africa ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Asian and Pacific Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Organizations and Movements ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Europe ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Economic Policy ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Near East and South Asia ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Aid Programs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Government Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Conservation and Natural Resources ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Foreign Operations and Government Information ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Government Activities ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Intergovernmental Relations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Legal and Monetary Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Legislation and Military Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Special Studies ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • House Administration ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Accounts ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Elections ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Library and Memorials ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Printing ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Electrical and Mechanical Office Equipment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Contracts ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Police ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Personnel ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • House Beauty Shop (Select) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Interior and Insular Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Environment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • National Parks and Recreation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Water and Power Resources ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Territorial and Insular Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Indian Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Mines and Mining ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Lands ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Internal Security ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Interstate and Foreign Commerce ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Commerce and Finance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Communications and Power ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Health and Environment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Transportation and Aeronautics ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Investigations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Judiciary ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Civil Rights and Constitutional Rights ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Claims and Governmental Relations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Courts, Civil Liberties and the Administration of Justice ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Crime ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Criminal Justice ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Immigration, Citizenship and International Law ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Monopolies and International Law ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Merchant Marine and Fisheries ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Merchant Marine ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Fisheries, Wildlife Conservation and the Environment ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Coast Guard and Navigation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Oceangraphy ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Panama Canal ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Post Office and Civil Service ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Investigations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Postal Service ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Retirement and Employee Benefits ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Manpower and Civil Service ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Postal Facilities, Mail and Labor Management ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Census and Statistics ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Works ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Water Resources ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Transportation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Public Buildings and Grounds ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Economic Development ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Investigations and Review ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Energy ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Regulate Parking (Select) ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Rules ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Science and Astronautics ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Aeronautics and Space Technology ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Science, Research and Development ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Manned Space Flight ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Space Science and Applications ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • International Cooperation in Science and Space ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Energy ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Standards of Official Conduct ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Veterans' Affairs ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Compensation and Pension ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Education and Training ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Hospitals ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Housing ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Insurance ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Whole
  • Joint committees

  • Atomic Energy ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Congressional Operations ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Defense Productions ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Economic ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Internal Revenue Taxation ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Library ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Printing ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Reduction of Federal Expenditures ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Budget Control ([[]], Chair; [[]], Ranking Member)
  • Legislative branch agency directors

  • Architect of the Capitol: George M. White
  • Attending Physician of the United States Congress: Rufus Pearson (until 1973), Freeman H. Cary (starting 1973)
  • Comptroller General of the United States: Elmer B. Staats
  • Librarian of Congress: Lawrence Quincy Mumford (until 1974)
  • Public Printer of the United States: Thomas F. McCormick (starting 1973)
  • Senate

  • Secretary: Francis R. Valeo
  • Sergeant at Arms: William H. Wannall
  • Chaplain: Edward L.R. Elson (Presbyterian)
  • Democratic Party Secretary: J. Stanley Kimmitt
  • Republican Party Secretary: J. Mark Trice
  • William Hildenbrand
  • House of Representatives

  • Chaplain: Edward G. Latch Methodist
  • Clerk: W. Pat Jennings of Virginia
  • Doorkeeper: William M. Miller of Mississippi, until December 31, 1974
  • James T. Molloy of New York, interim
  • Parliamentarian: Lewis Deschler, until June 27, 1974
  • William Holmes Brown, appointed June 27, 1974
  • Postmaster: H. H. Morris of Kentucky: Robert V. Rota of Pennsylvania
  • Sergeant at Arms: Kenneth R. Harding of Virginia
  • References

    93rd United States Congress Wikipedia


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