STATE HOUSE – In what is sure to be one of the most highly visible committees of the 2003-2004 Rhode Island General Assembly legislative session, Rep. Susan A. Story is pleased to have been appointed to the House Separation of Powers Committee.
“I have been committed to the separation of powers issue from the onset of the debate,” said Representative Story. “I am honored to serve on the House Separation of Powers Committee and I’m confident that we will be successful in our attempts to produce meaningful legislation.”
Representative Story, a Republican from District 66, which covers sections of Barrington and East Providence, also has been appointed to the House Health, Education and Welfare Committee. She also serves as the secretary for the Joint Commission on Child Care and is a member of the Civic Education Commission.
“In addition to my new appointment to the House Separation of Powers Committee, I am looking forward to continuing my work with the other committees and commissions that I’m involved in,” said Representative Story. “I expect this session to become even busier in the months ahead, as I plan also to be an advocate for initiatives that Governor Carcieri puts forward to restructure state government and improve services to all Rhode Islanders. I will especially be sensitive to issues that affect the well-being of my constituents in Barrington and East Providence.”