STATEHOUSE— State Representative Eric Koch (R-Bedford) is serving as a member of two interim study committees that will make policy recommendations to the Indiana General Assembly when it reconvenes in January. Rep. Koch has been named to the Commission on Courts and the Regulatory Flexibility Committee.
The Commission on Courts will evaluate and make recommendations to the legislature on various issues concerning courts such as reviewing requests for and researching the need for new courts and reviewing any other matters relating to court administration, including court fees, court personnel, salaries of court officers and personnel, and jury selection.
The website for the commission is: www.in.gov/legislative/interim/committee/crts.html.
The Regulatory Flexibility Committee is charged with reporting to the Legislative Council on a number of topics relating to utilities and telecommunications.
The website for the committee is: www.in.gov/legislative/interim/committee/rfsc.html.
In addition to these interim study committees, Rep. Koch also serves on several standing committees, including the Committee on Courts and Criminal Code, the Commerce, Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee and the Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Koch serves House District 65, which includes parts of Bartholomew, Brown, Jackson and Lawrence counties.