Building on Success of Committee Assignments, Rep. Houchin Named to Five Subcommittees for 118th Congress

WASHINGTON, D.C. — This week, Congresswoman Erin Houchin (R-Ind.-09) was named to the following subcommittees on the House Financial Services Committee and the House Education & Workforce Committee: The House Financial Services Committee Subcommittee on Capital Markets Subcommittee on Digital Assets, Financial Technology and Inclusion Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance The House Education & Workforce Committee Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions 

“As a member of two important committees in the House, these new subcommittee assignments will allow me to focus on opportunities to ensure small businesses have access to capital, protect data privacy, prepare students for the future, and increase affordable housing options for Hoosier families,” said Congresswoman Houchin. “This builds on an already robust committee portfolio and will ensure the ninth district has a say on the issues that matter most.” “I congratulate all of our Republican members on their subcommittee assignments for the 118th Congress,” said Chairman McHenry of the House Financial Services Committee. “With such a competent and dynamic team, Committee Republicans are ready to hit the ground running with our oversight, opportunity, and innovation agenda. As we work to establish clear rules of the road for the evolving digital asset ecosystem, conduct rigorous oversight of the Biden Administration, enhance capital formation opportunities, and end the politicization of our financial system, their expertise and experience will be invaluable. I look forward to working with this talented group.” “I am hopeful we will have a productive Congress and I look forward to working with all of you. Ranking Member Scott and I have always prided ourselves on being able to disagree without being disagreeable. Because of this, we have a great track record of bipartisan cooperation and robust debate, and I hope that will lead us to create great legislation,” said Chairwoman Foxx of the House Education & Workforce Committee. “I look forward to the next two years. And, to everyone on this Committee, get ready to work hard. You can’t pick more rewarding work than looking out for the interests of students and workers.”

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