Committee assignments announced for Marion County House Democrats

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INDIANAPOLIS – Here are the Indiana House committee assignments for Democrats representing Marion County:

STATE REP. JOHN L. BARTLETT (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will serve on three committees: Employment, Labor and Pensions; Statutory Committee on Interstate and International Cooperation; and Government and Regulatory Reform.

STATE REP. ED DELANEY (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will serve on three committees: Ways and Means; Judiciary; and Education.

STATE REP. DAN FORESTAL (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Roads and Transportation Committee; and serve on three other committees: Elections and Apportionment; Financial Institutions; and Public Policy.

STATE REP. CAREY HAMILTON (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Financial Institutions Committee, the alternate member of the State Budget Committee; and serve on two other committees: Ways and Means; and Environmental Affairs.

STATE REP. KARLEE MACER (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee; and serve on two other committees: Commerce, Small Business, and Economic Development; and Utilities, Energy, and Telecommunications.

STATE REP. JUSTIN MOED (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Public Policy Committee; and serve on two other committees: Agriculture and Rural Development; and Local Government.

STATE REP. GREGORY W. PORTER (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee, a voting member of the State Budget Committee; and serve on two other committees: Public Health and Insurance.

STATE REP. CHERRISH PRYOR (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will serve on two committees; Ways and Means; and Local Government.

STATE REP. ROBIN SHACKLEFORD (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Public Health Committee; and serve on two other committees: Financial Institutions; and Government and Regulatory Reform.

STATE REP. VANESSA SUMMERS (D-INDIANAPOLIS) will be the ranking Democrat on the Family, Children, and Human Affairs Committee; and serve on two other committees: Public Policy; and the Select Committee on Government Reduction.

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