State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, has been named chair of the House Regulatory Reform Committee for the 2021-22 legislative term.
The committee is responsible for deliberating various regulatory issues in Michigan, including lottery, gambling, liquor, occupational regulation, administrative rules, construction and other issues. The primary department that the panel works with is the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA).
“We have seen many licensure and regulatory issues throughout COVID-19 that have given cause for concern, so I am eager to get to work to help make our state a better place to live, work, run a business and raise a family,” Hauck said. “This committee is crucial to maintaining healthy state and local economies as we come out of the COVID-19 crisis. Decisions that are made and legislation that is brought before us will have a huge impact.”
Now in his third term in the Michigan House serving residents in Isabella County and portions of Midland County, Hauck was also named to House Committees on Health Policy, Government Operations and Communications and Technology. He served on the influential House Ways and Means Committee during the 2019-20 legislative term as part of the 100th Michigan Legislature.
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