Hoitenga to lead House Communications and Technology Committee

first_img Northern Michigan representative also to serve on three key committeesState Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, has been appointed by Speaker Tom Leonard to serve as chair of the House Communications and Technology Committee.As chair of the committee, Hoitenga will play a key role running meetings, setting priorities and organizing informational hearings to help people understand important issues related to communications and technology.“I’m honored to be selected for this important leadership role,” Hoitenga said. “There are always new advancements taking place in the area of communications and technology, and I’m looking forward to preparing Michigan to take advantage of them and improve the lives of people in our state.”Hoitenga, whose son is a member of the Marine Corps, has also been appointed to the Military and Veterans Affairs Committee.“I know first-hand just how much the members of our military and their families sacrifice for our county,” Hoitenga said. “It will be an honor to work on policy that makes life better for our veterans and their loved ones. This is a responsibility I take very seriously.”In addition, she will serve on the Regulatory Reform and Insurance committees.The House has 26 bipartisan committees that discuss, analyze and revise legislation before presenting it to the full chamber for consideration.### Categories: Hoitenga News 26Jan Hoitenga to lead House Communications and Technology Committeelast_img

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