STATEHOUSE (Dec. 10, 2020) – State Rep. Chris Jeter (R-Fishers) was recently appointed to serve on three House standing committees focused on issues ranging from energy and broadband to the state's criminal justice system.
Jeter will serve as a member of the House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications Committee where he will examine issues such as expanding broadband access and finding affordable, reliable and long-term energy solutions.
“I look forward to working with Chairman Ed Soliday and the rest of the committee to coordinate the development and implementation of a diversified energy policy that ensures Indiana's continued access to adequate, reliable and affordable energy," Jeter said. "It is also time to end the digital divide in Indiana by ensuring the availability of reliable and high-speed broadband to every resident in every corner and community in our state.”
Jeter, an attorney, will also serve on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Courts and Criminal Code Committee. Jeter said criminal justice issues have been in the spotlight across the nation, but he looks forward to working with all stakeholders including law enforcement to find common ground and solutions.
These committee appointments come after he was elected in November to represent House District 88 in the Indiana General Assembly. He said House standing committees will meet throughout the legislative session, which his schedule to kick off on Jan. 4.
Access committee hearings, calendars and agendas online at iga.in.gov. Visit IndianaHouseRepublicans.com or click here for the full list of House standing committee appointments.
State Rep. Chris Jeter (R-Fishers) represents House District 88,
which includes portions of Marion, Hamilton and Hancock counties.
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