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Legislative update: Senate Finance Committee staff director’s Treasury nomination

U.S. Senate Finance Committee staff changes

President Trump announced his intent to nominate Christopher Campbell as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Financial Institutions. Campbell currently serves as majority staff director for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.

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Separately, the Finance Committee announced that Jay Khosla will become majority staff director upon Campbell’s departure. Khosla currently is the Finance Committee’s policy director.

The staff director of the Finance Committee manages, coordinates, and oversees the Senate Republican agenda in the areas of international and domestic taxation, international trade, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and issues involving the U.S. national debt. 

 

Read a White House release and today’s release on the Finance Committee website.

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Assuming Campbell is confirmed for the Treasury position, it could be expected that he may be involved in tax reform discussions between the administration and Congress.

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