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Period 13, the text surrounded by brackets is omitted or deleted; the text in boldface is
Council Period 14
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
Responsible for the annual budget, and amendments, additions, or supplements to the budget; coordinating the Council's relationships with the Congress, the Federal executive branch, and the D.C. Financial Responsibility and Management Assistance Authority; monitoring the progress of Council legislation through Congressional review; monitoring the status of original legislative proposals pending in the Congress that may affect the District of Columbia, the Council, or its legislation; the development of the comprehensive plan and other matters pertaining to land use; public space naming; human rights, labor, property management, [federal grants management; reapportionment and realignment of the political subdivisions of the District of Columbia; Council administration and personnel; the scheduling of all matters for consideration by the Council in the legislative meeting; legislative matters related to the District of Columbia as a political entity, including matters related to Statehood, voting rights, and self-determination for the District; and other mailers assigned to it by these Rules or by the Chairman.
(d) the following agencies shall come within the purview of the Committee of the Whole:
SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS, LATINO AFFAIRS, AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
as delegated by the Committee of the Whole, responsible for human rights, Latino affairs, and property management, excluding housing and matters specifically assigned to other committees under these rules
(b) the following agencies shall come within the purview of the Subcommittee on Human Rights, Latino Affairs, and Property Management
SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR, VOTING RIGHTS AND REDISTRICTING
as delegated by the Committee of the Whole, responsible for labor; legislative matters relating to the District of Columbia as a political entity, including statehood and voting fights, and self- determination for the District, and for developing a realignment and reapportionment of the District's political subdivisions based on the 2000 Census
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Subcommittee on Labor, Voting Rights and redistricting:
COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
responsible for matters relating to government regulation of commercial, non-health occupations and professions, real estate, and housing activities, including maintenance of housing stock, and housing inspectors; consumer affairs; the regulation of banks, and banking activities that relate to consumer affairs; environmental matters related to consumer and regulatory affairs, and insurance.
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Consumer and Regulatory Affairs:
COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
responsible for matters related to economic, industrial and commercial development; tourism, cultural affairs; international business and affairs; cable television; industrial revenue bonds; [the regulation of banks], and matters related to the development of housing stock.
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Economic Development:
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION, LIBRARIES AND RECREATION
responsible for all matters related to public education, libraries, and recreation
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Education, Libraries and Recreation:
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND REVENUE
responsible for matters relating to taxation and revenue for the operation of the government of the District of Columbia; general obligation bond acts, tax increment financing, and revenue anticipation notes.
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Finance and Revenue:
COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
responsible for matters related to elections, general services, personnel, including employee appeals [including human rights; [employment and manpower development,] and general administration of the government of the District of Columbia, except for property management.
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Government Operations:
COMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES
responsible for matters concerning welfare; social services; health and environmental health, except for rodent control, air quality and Environmental Protection Act policies; the regulation of health occupations and professions; youth affairs (other than corrections), health care inspectors[;], and concerns of the aging[, and energy].
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Human Services:
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
responsible for matters affecting the judiciary and judicial procedure which are within the authority of the Council; matters affecting decedents' estates and fiduciary affairs; matters affecting administrative law and procedure; matters affecting criminal law and procedure; matters arising from or pertaining to the police and fire regulations of the District of Columbia; and other matters related to police protection, correctional institutions (including youth corrections), fire prevention, and civil defense.
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on the Judiciary:
Committee on Public Services [Committee on Local and Regional Affairs]
responsible for coordinating the Council's relationships with appropriate regional, state, and national associations and organizations; federal grants management; the Council's relationship with regional authorities and other regional bodies and organizations not specifically assigned to other committees; regional public transportation issues, particularly as it relates to employment opportunities in the region; employment and manpower development, and other matters regarding Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.
(b) the following agencies shall come under the purview of the Committee on Public Services
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
responsible for matters relating to environmental management and maintenance, including rodent control, air quality and Environmental Protection Act policies; public space, highways, bridges, traffic, regulation of vehicles, the regulation of taxicabs, maintenance of public spaces, maintenance of public buildings, recycling, waste management, water supply, and wastewater treatment.
(b) the following agencies come within the purview of the Committee on Public Works and the Environment:
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