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Monday, August 12, 2013

House speaker names members of health marketplace committee

Posted By on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 9:30 AM

House Speaker Davy Carter today announced his six appointments to the Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace Legislative Oversight Committee. They are:

Rep. Jeremy Gillam (R) of Judsonia, Co-Chair
Rep. John Burris (R) of Harrison
Rep. Sue Scott (R) of Rogers
Rep. Eddie Armstrong (D) of North Little Rock
Rep. Jeffrey Wardlaw (D) of Warren
Rep. Deborah Ferguson (D) West Memphis.

The Senate president pro tem, Republican Sen. Michael Lamoureux, also will name six members.

The committee is to meet quarterly and report annually.

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