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Kauffman Sworn In to Office, Named Chairman of House Labor and Industry Committee
1/5/2017
HARRISBURG – Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) was sworn into office this week to begin his seventh term representing the citizens of the 89th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. In addition, he was named chairman of the House Labor and Industry Committee for the 2017-18 legislative session by Speaker of the House Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny).

“I am honored to have been re-elected by the people of the 89th District to represent them in Harrisburg and look forward to serving another term making sure their voices are heard on the issues,” said Kauffman. “I am also looking forward to having a greater position in which to effect change as chairman of the House Labor and Industry Committee. Franklin County has a pretty strong economic base and many thriving businesses; however, I know we can do more for both our county and our state in terms of attracting more businesses and bringing more jobs to the Commonwealth.”

The Labor and Industry Committee addresses legislation that helps shape Pennsylvania’s business climate and laws governing Pennsylvania’s workforce. Issues the committee deals with include unemployment compensation, workers’ compensation, the Prevailing Wage Act, the Child Labor Law, the Uniform Construction Code, plant closings and mass layoffs, and apprenticeship and job training.

The 2017-18 legislative session is the 201st of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

 

Rep. Rob Kauffman, pictured with his family, was sworn in as state representative of the 89th Legislative District on Jan. 3. He was also named chairman of the House Labor and Industry Committee on Jan. 5.


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