Oversight

 

The Oversight Subcommittee assists the full Committee in carrying out its general oversight responsibilities of matters within the scope of the full Committee’s jurisdiction. The Oversight Subcommittee works with the full Committee and other Subcommittees to determine whether the laws within the jurisdiction of the Committee (including tax, trade, health, Human Resources, and Social Security laws) are being implemented and carried out efficiently and in accordance with Congressional intent. The Oversight Subcommittee also provides oversight of the federal agencies (such as the Internal Revenue Service) responsible for implementing laws within the full Committee’s jurisdiction.

 

 

 

Recent Activity

May 6, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Ways & Means Chairman Richard E. Neal (D-MA) released the following statement after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin informed him that the IRS would not furnish the requested six years of President Trump’s personal and business tax returns:
 

Apr 23, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Ways & Means Chairman Richard E. Neal (D-MA) released the following statement after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin informed him that the IRS would not meet the April 23 deadline to furnish six years of President Trump’s personal and business tax returns:
 

Apr 11, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Ways & Means Chairman Richard E. Neal (D-MA) released the following statement after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced the IRS would not meet Chairman Neal’s April 10 deadline to furnish six years of President Trump’s personal and business tax returns:

Apr 3, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) issued the following statement after sending a written request to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner Charles Rettig for six years of President Donald J.

Apr 2, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the Ways & Means Committee passed H.R. 1957, the Taxpayer First Act of 2019, bipartisan, bicameral legislation that redesigns the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for the first time in more than 20 years to better serve taxpayers.

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Chair

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John Lewis
Georgia ~ 05

Democratic Members

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Suzan DelBene
Washington ~ 01
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Linda Sánchez
California ~ 38
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Thomas Suozzi
New York ~ 03
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Judy Chu
California ~ 27
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Gwen Moore
Wisconsin ~ 04
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Brendan Boyle
Pennsylvania ~ 02

Ranking Member

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Mike Kelly
Pennsylvania ~ 16

Republican Members

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Jackie Walorski
Indiana ~ 02
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Darin LaHood
Illinois ~ 18
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Brad Wenstrup
Ohio ~ 02