Four Northern Kentucky Legislators received their committee assignments ahead of the 2023 Legislative Session that starts on Jan. 3.
Rep. Kim Banta (R-Ft. Mitchell) will serve on the Appropriations and Revenue, Budget Review Subcommittee on Primary Secondary Education and Workforce Development, Family and Children, Judiciary, and Licensing Operations and Administrative Regulations committees.
“As a former educator, I look forward to the work of the new Family and Children Committee because we must help Kentucky’s children thrive and succeed both at home and school,” Banta said. “I also look forward to chairing the BR Sub on Primary and Secondary Education and Workforce Development which ensures our schools and workforce development are properly funded.”
The following three legislators are Representatives-elected but will be sworn in on the first day of the session.
Rep. Elect Stephanie Dietz (R-Edgewood) will serve on the Family and Children, Judiciary, and Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection committees.
“With my background in family law, I look forward to serving on both the family and children committee and the judiciary committee and am hoping to bring my knowledge to help create positive legislation for Kentucky’s families,” Dietz said. “I also look forward to serving on the House VMAPP committee, which help improve the lives of Kentucky’s veterans and active duty military, who have given so much for us.”
Rep. Elect Steve Doan (R-Erlanger) will serve on the Education, Judiciary, and Local Government committees.
“As an attorney, I am excited to bring a fresh legal perspective to my upcoming work on the Judiciary, Education, and Local Government Committees,” Doan said. “Through our work, I am committed to making Kentucky a safe place where our families can thrive.”
Rep. Elect Mike Clines (R-Alexandria) will serve on the Agriculture, Family and Children, and Licensing, Occupations, and Intergovernmental Affairs committees.
“With my background in education, I am excited to work on the Family and Children Committee which will look at ways to improve programs for Kentucky’s children across the state,” Clines said.