Cisneros named as a Conferee to the National Defense Authorization Act Conference

Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr (CA-39), Member of the House Armed Services Committee, was announced by leadership on the House floor as a conferee to serve on the conference committee of the House and Senate versions of the Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA):

“It’s an honor to be part of the NDAA conference committee and I’m proud to continue the important work of supporting our servicemembers in the 39th District and around the world,” said Rep. Gil Cisneros. “As a Navy veteran, it’s a privilege to work with my colleagues in a bipartisan way to push forward provisions that reflect our nation’s values, toughen our stance against our adversaries, improve military healthcare and services to military families, and promote diversity and inclusion.”

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-WA) and Ranking Member Mac Thornberry (R-TX) recognized the following members of the Committee who have been named by House Leadership to serve on the House-Senate conference committee to resolve the differences in the FY 2020 NDAA. The following Members of the House Armed Services Committee were named to serve on the House-Senate conference committee:


Rep. Adam Smith (WA), Chairman
Rep. Susan Davis (CA)
Rep. James Langevin (RI)
Rep. Rick Larsen (WA)
Rep. Jim Cooper (TN)
Rep. Joe Courtney (CT)
Rep. John Garamendi (CA)
Rep. Jackie Speier (CA)
Rep. Donald Norcross (NJ)
Rep. Ruben Gallego (AZ)
Rep. Seth Moulton (MA)
Rep. Salud Carbajal (CA)
Rep. Anthony Brown (MD)
Rep. Ro Khanna (CA)
Rep. William Keating (MA)
Rep. Filemon Vela (TX)
Rep. Andy Kim (NJ)
Rep. Kendra Horn (OK)
Rep. Gil Cisneros (CA)


Rep. Mac Thornberry (TX), Ranking Member
Rep. Joe Wilson (SC)
Rep. Michael Turner (OH)
Rep. Mike Rogers (AL)
Rep. Michael Conaway (TX)
Rep. Doug Lamborn (CO)
Rep. Robert Wittman (VA)
Rep. Vicky Hartzler (MO)
Rep. Elise Stefanik (NY)
Rep. Trent Kelly (MS)
Rep. Don Bacon (NE)
Rep. Jim Banks (IN)
Rep. Liz Cheney (WY)

This article was released by the Office of Representative Gil Cisneros.

Editor’s Note: A House-Senate conference committee reconciles differences between versions of the “same” legislation passed independently in the House of Representatives and the Senate. The reconciled version is then approved by both Houses of Congress, generally with no fuss.

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  1. Sounds nice, but what are YOU doing to stop ILLEGAL ALIENS from entering the United States?

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