---Especially if the committee doesn't actually do much...
---The jurisdiction of the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology includes-
(i) financial aid to all sectors and elements within the economy; (ii) economic growth and stabilization; (iii) defense production matters as contained in the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended; (iv) domestic monetary policy, and agencies which directly or indirectly affect domestic monetary policy, including the effect of such policy and other financial actions on interest rates, the allocation of credit, and the structure and functioning of domestic financial institutions; (v) coins, coinage, currency, and medals, including commemorative coins and medals, proof and mint sets and other special coins, the Coinage Act of 1965, gold and silver, including the coinage thereof (but not the par value of gold), gold medals, counterfeiting, currency denominations and design, the distribution of coins, and the operations of the Bureau of the Mint and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing; and (vi) development of new or alternative forms of currency.
Financial Services Committee - Subcommittees
Domestic monetary policy isn't exactly good for ratings. Even on a political debate forum the issue doesn't get much attention. I think youíre really reaching here....as I suspect is the case with this one since it's never in the news.