Only 3 out of 6 Republican members of US House Judiciary Constitution Subcommittee are presently co-sponsors of Federal HR 212 Personhood Bill

(a/o February 14, 2011)

See co-sponsors and text of HR 212 at: http://thomas.loc.gov

US House Judiciary Committee – The Subcommittee on the Constitution
http://judiciary.house.gov/about/subcommittee.html

Republican co-sponsors of HR 212 Federal Personhood Bill:

Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) – Constitution Subcommittee Chairman
Rep. Randy Forbes (R-VA)
Rep. Steve King (R-IA)

Republicans not presently co-sponsors of HR 212 Federal Personhood Bill:

Rep. Mike Pence (R-IND) – Constitution Subcommittee Vice-Chairman
Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH)
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH)
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US House – The Subcommittee on the Constitution
http://judiciary.house.gov/about/subcommittee.html

The Subcommittee on the Constitution shall have jurisdiction over the following subject matters: constitutional amendments, constitutional rights, Federal civil rights, ethics in government, tort liability, including medical malpractice and product liability, legal reform generally, other appropriate matters as referred by the Chairman, and relevant oversight.

112th Congress Subcommittee on the Constitution
H2-362 Ford H.O.B.
Tel: 225-2825

Mr. Franks, Chairman (R-AZ)
Mr. Pence, Vice-Chairman (R-IND)

Mr. Chabot (R-OH)
Mr. Forbes (R-VA)
Mr. King (R-IA)
Mr. Jordan (R-OH)

Mr. Nadler (D-NY)
Mr. Quigley (D-ILL)
Mr. Conyers (D-MICH)
Mr. Scott (D-VA)

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