Harri Anne Smith - Current Legislative Committees

Current Legislative Committees

Harri Smith has been a member of the following committees:

  • Commerce, Transportation, and Utilities, Member
  • Confirmations, Vice Chair
  • Health, Member
  • Local Legislation Number 1, Member
  • Tourism and Marketing, Member
  • Veterans and Military Affairs, Member
  • Caucuses/Non-Legislative Committees
  • Member, Southern Alabama Regional Council on Aging Board
  • Board Member, Southeast Alabama Regional Development Council
  • Board Member, Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Revolving Loan Fund
  • Member, State of Alabama Agribusiness Council

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