Legislator will chair panel during 2019-2020 legislative session
State Rep. Michael Webber of Rochester Hills will chair the House Regulatory Reform Committee for the 2019-2020 legislative term.
Webber is currently in his third term representing the 45th House District, which includes Rochester, Rochester Hills and part of Oakland Township.
The Regulatory Reform Committee will be responsible for deliberating various regulatory issues in Michigan, including lottery, gambling, liquor, occupational licensing, administrative rules, construction and other issues.
“Having served on the Regulatory Reform Committee last term, I look forward to expanding my knowledge and experience within the regulatory spectrum by working with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to tackle the most burdensome regulations facing the state,” Webber said. “We have our work cut out for us, but I believe through a collaborative effort, we can accelerate our state’s growth and bring more Michiganders into the workforce.”
Rep. Webber also has been appointed to serve on the House Committees on Insurance, Tax Policy, and Oversight during the 2019-2020 legislative session.
Over the six years Rep. Michael Webber served in the state House of Representatives, he cast more than 3,800 votes and had a perfect voting record with zero votes missed. In addition, he introduced 85 pieces of legislation or amendments and sponsored over 130 bills that were signed into law.
State Rep. Michael Webber, of Rochester Hills, today voted in favor of funding to help Michigan distribute the COVID-19 vaccine and boost testing while helping those whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the virus and economic shutdowns.