Senator Edwards appointed to four interim committees

Press release from Senator Chuck Edwards: 

Raleigh, N.C. –Sen. Chuck Edwards (R-Henderson, Transylvania and Buncombe) announced today that he has been appointed member to four (4) Senate Interim Committees by Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham).

Sen. Chuck Edwards has been appointed to the following committees: Joint Legislative Economic Development and Global Engagement Oversight Committee, Joint Legislative Study Commission on Efficiency and Cost-Savings in State Government, Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Information Technology and Revenue Laws Study Committee.

“I eagerly accept the additional responsibilities and workload as these assignments closely align with my business background and experience,” said Senator Edwards. “With these positions, I can have even a greater positive influence for District 48 and for our entire state.”

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