February 14, 2017 Published in From Congress

Beyer Chosen To Serve As Vice-Ranking Member Of House Science Committee

Congressman Don Beyer (courtesy photo)

The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology today unanimously chose Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) to serve as Vice-Ranking Member of the Committee. His selection for a leadership position comes as Beyer mounts high profile challenges to the Committee’s Republican majority over the Environmental Protection Agency and the Trump Administration’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities

“I thank my colleagues for choosing me to serve as Vice Ranking Member for the Science Committee,” said Rep. Beyer. “In this age of alternative facts, I will fight for scientific integrity. I look forward to working alongside Ranking Member Johnson to promote innovation and technology. While I hope to work in collaboration with my counterparts in the majority, I will not hesitate to speak out or challenge them if I feel that they are not providing adequate oversight of this administration.”

Beyer was also elected to serve a second term as the top Democrat on the House Science Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, and to serve on the Space Subcommittee and the Research and Technology Subcommittee.



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