- Rep. Robert Leadbeter (R-Columbia) is excited to announce that he was assigned to the House Judiciary Committee for the 2023-24 Legislative Session.
“As the brother of a police officer, law enforcement and judicial issues are close to my heart,” said Leadbeter. “I look forward to this opportunity to work with my colleagues to help make Pennsylvania a safer place to live and work. As a member of this committee, I will fight to put an end to human trafficking and defend our Second Amendment rights.
“The Judiciary Committee is a highly active committee that deals with many topline issues, including the Second Amendment, criminal justice reform, human trafficking and medical malpractice. Rep. Leadbeter will bring fresh insight to the committee along with the perspective of those citizens living and working in Columbia County,” said Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin), Republican chairman of the committee. “It is important we have balanced representation on the committee with members from different areas of the state and with different professional backgrounds. I look forward to working with Rep. Leadbeter.”
The Pennsylvania State House of Representatives is next in session April 24, when it will begin voting on bills in committee and the House floor.
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