Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP)

The HELP Committee’s jurisdiction includes public health matters, rehabilitation, health, education, arts and humanities, child labor, domestic activities of the American Red Cross, Equal Employment opportunity, individuals with disabilities, labor standards and labor statistics, mediation and arbitration and labor disputes, private pension plans, student loans, and wages including the federal minimum wage. 

Senator Rosen serves on the following: Subcommittees:

Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation

The Commerce Committee oversees communications, highways, aviation, rail, shipping, transportation security, merchant marine, the Coast Guard, oceans, fisheries, weather, disasters, science, space, interstate commerce, tourism, consumer issues, economic development, technology, competitiveness, product safety, and insurance.

Senator Rosen serves on the following: Subcommittees:

Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship

The Committee’s jurisdiction includes: researching and investigating issues affecting American small business enterprises with the purpose of advising Congress on enacting appropriate legislation. 

Senate Special Committee on Aging

The Special Committee on Aging focuses on issues facing America’s seniors, specifically Medicare, Social Security, and additional government programs for older Americans.

Senate Committee on Armed Services

The Committee’s jurisdiction includes military research and development, aeronautical and space activies associated with weapons systems or military operations, and national security aspects of nuclear energy. The Senate has also given the committee the authority to study and review, on a comprehensive basis, matters relating to the common defense policy of the United States, and report thereon from time to time.

Senator Rosen serves on the following: Subcommittees:

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee

The Committee's jurisdiction includes government operations generally and the Department of Homeland Security in particular. Its primary responsibilities are to study the efficiency, economy, and effectiveness of all agencies and departments of the federal government; evaluate the effects of laws enacted to reorganize the legislative and executive branches of government; and study the intergovernmental relationships between the U.S. and states and municipalities, and between the U.S. and international organizations of which the U.S. is a member.

Senator Rosen serves on the following: Subcommittees: