Rep. Frye Appointed to Interim Study Committees
STATEHOUSE-House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) appointed State Representative Randy Frye (R-Greensburg) to three Interim Study Committees: the Child Custody and Support Advisory Commission, the Indiana Homeland Security Foundation and the Integrated Public Safety Commission.
"I am honored to be appointed to these committees," said Rep. Frye. "There is important work to be done in the Indiana General Assembly, and I look forward to working on these committees to make recommendations that can be discussed during the 2012 legislative session."
The Legislative Council meets, after session concludes, to assign topics for study during the interim as well as establish any new interim committee that is needed to examine a particular issue. Interim committees are an integral component of the legislative process. Most of the committees begin in July and end around October.
The committees that Rep. Frye is serving on are charged with studying the following:
Child Custody and Support Advisory Commission
Indiana Homeland Security Foundation
Integrated Public Safety Commission
"The summer study committees set the precedent for the upcoming session," said Rep. Frye. "It is important that everyone throughout the district continues to share their input on issues affecting them, so I can best represent District 67 in the General Assembly."