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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Southerland appointed to committees
State Senator Steve Southerland (R-Morristown) has been appointed to serve on the Senate Ethics Committee. The announcement was made Tuesday as the 110th General Assembly opened the 2018 legislative session. The appointment to the Ethics Committee is in addition to being re-appointed Chairman of the Senate Energy, Agriculture and Natural Resource Committee, a member of the Senate Government Operations Committee and a member of the Joint Fiscal Review Committee. "I am very pleased with these appointments," said Senator Southerland. "The General Assembly will deal with many important issues this year. I look forward to working with my colleagues to ensure that we maintain high ethical standards and to find solutions to the challenges we face." The Senate Ethics Committee is responsible for enforcement of the Senate Code of Ethics and for recommendations of modifications to the Code of Ethics. Senator Southerland formerly served as a long-time Chaplain for the Senate Republican Caucus.


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