The United States House Committee on Science, Energy, the Environment, and Commerce, also known as the House SEEC Committee, is one of the 6 standing committees of the United States House of Representatives.
Jurisdiction[edit | edit source]
The Rules of the 117th House of Representatives states that the committee is responsible for "oversight of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy, the Department of Commerce, the Small Business Administration, and the Securities and Exchange Commission; and affairs pertaining to science, research, federal subsidies for scientific research, the promotion of scientific education, the general regulation of science, patents and intellectual property, energy, non-military nuclear energy, business in general, small businesses, antitrust legislation, international finance and regulation thereof, and banking in general."
This committee is also in charge of the appropriations for the Department of the Treasury.
Members, 117th Congress[edit | edit source]