Ward 4 State Legislature Delegation Gets Committee Assignments 

Committee assignments were announced in the State Senate and House of Representatives this week. 

State Senator Will Brownsberger continues as Senate President Pro Tempore and will serve as chair of the Census Committee, vice chair of the Committee on Bills in Third Reading; and a member of the committees on Steering & Policy and Racial Equity, Civil Rights and Inclusion. 

State Senator Nick Collins will serve as chair of State Administration and Regulatory Oversight, vice chair of Community Development and Small Businesses, and a member of the committees on Bills in Third Reading; Bonding, Capital Expenditures, and State Assets; Mental Health, Substance Use, and Recovery; and Public Service. 

State Senator Lydia Edwards will serve as chair of Housing, vice chair of Judiciary, and a member of the committees on Ways & Means; Juvenile & Emerging Adult Justice; Children, Families, and People with Disabilities;Municipalities and Regional Government; and Revenue.

State Senator Liz Miranda will serve as chair of Racial Equity, Civil Rights, and Inclusion; vice chair of Economic Development & Emerging Technologies; and a member of the committees on Ways & Means; Census; Juvenile & Emerging Adult Justice; Community, Development, and Small Business; Elder Affairs; and State Administration & Regulatory Oversight.

State Representative Aaron Michlewitz will continue as chair of the powerful Ways & Means and Committee. 

State Representative Jay Livingstone will serve as chair of the committee on Children, Families, and Persons with Disabilities. 

State Representative Chynah Tyler will serve as vice chair of State Administration & Regulatory Oversight as well as a member of the committees on Ways & Means, Emergency Preparedness & Management, and Public Safety & Homeland Security.

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