The following are the joint committees of the GeneralCourt: Banks and Banking; Commerce and Labor; Counties; Criminal Justice;Education, Arts and Humanities; Election Laws; Energy; Federal FinancialAssistance; Government Regulations; Health Care; Housing and Urban Development;Human Services and Elderly Affairs; Insurance; Judiciary; Local Affairs;natural resources and Agriculture; Public Safety; Public Service; StateAdministration; Taxation; Transportation.
legislative committees with members drawn from both chambers; responsible for investigating issues of general concern to the Congress.
Twenty-one committees, consisting of six senators and eleven representatives, responsible for holding public hearings and reporting on all legislative matters referred to them.
Committees made up of both House and Senate members.
Groups with members from both houses.
Those made up of both House and Senate members and set up in response to a particular problem.