In the 117th Congress, Senator Tuberville serves on the following committees:
The Senate Armed Services Committee has jurisdiction over aeronautical and space activities associated with the development of weapons systems or military operations; the Department of Defense including the Department of the Army, the Department of the Navy, and the Department of the Air Force; and military research and development.
In addition to full committee work, Senator Tuberville serves on the following SASC subcommittees:
Our heroes from Alabama put service above self to protect our freedoms, and our state has a long history of military excellence. Alabama is home to many important installations including Maxwell Air Force Base, Ft. Rucker, Redstone Arsenal, Anniston Army Depot, and Dannelly Field. Each location serves a unique and critical purpose from securing our skies to ensuring our safety at sea. Additionally, the Port of Mobile is central to our maritime defense and shipbuilding industry, and Huntsville, where Space Command will soon call home, leads the nation in the development of aerospace defense through surveillance and rocket programs.
From Mobile to Muscle Shoals, the development of a strong national defense service is synonymous with Alabama – and we are rightly proud of that. The work of this committee is critical to ensuring our military has the resources it needs to protect our country against current and future threats, and it’s our responsibility to give our servicemen and women the support they deserve to ensure our military remains the greatest fighting force in the world.
The Senate Committee on Agriculture has jurisdiction over agricultural economics and research; agricultural extension services and experiment stations; agricultural production; and forestry and forest reserves.
In addition to full committee work, Senator Tuberville also sits on three subcommittees on the Agriculture Committee.
From soybeans to catfish and poultry to peanuts, Alabama is home to some of the most productive and innovative farmers, producers, and foresters our country has to offer. It is an honor to represent Alabama agriculture and our rural communities on the Senate Agriculture Committee. Now more than ever, our farmers, foresters, and producers need certainty, stability, and for our economy to reopen so they can continue to feed, clothe, and fuel America. Our rural communities in Alabama need broadband connectivity to ensure our rural health centers, schools, businesses, and family farms can stay competitive and connected in today’s world.
As we look towards the next Farm Bill, the coming years will be critical to lay the foundation for key initiatives including rural development and broadband, trade, and forestry programs to benefit Alabama’s farmers both today and in the future. Alabama’s rural communities can rest assured I’ll be a strong voice for them in Washington.
The Senate HELP Committee has jurisdiction over health, education and training, and labor legislation.
In addition to full committee work, Senator Tuberville also sits on the following HELP subcommittees:
I’ve spent 40 years in the education space. I’ve seen up close the unique challenges and opportunities facing our students and educators. We’ve got plenty of work to do to bring our education and workforce sectors in-line with each other, and I’ll continue to fight for patient-centered solutions in our health care system over big government mandates.