Larry Clark (Kentucky Politician) - Current Legislative Committees

Current Legislative Committees

Lawrence Clark has been a member for the following committees:

  • Committee On Committees, Member
  • Elections, Constitutional Amendments and Intergovernmental Affairs, Member
  • Interim Joint Committee on Economic Development and Tourism, Member
  • Interim Joint Committee on Licensing and Occupations, Member
  • Interim Joint Committee on State Government, Member
  • Interim Joint Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection, Member
  • Legislative Research Commission, Member
  • Licensing and Occupations, Member
  • Rules, Member
  • Task Force on Elections, Constitutional Amendments, and Intergovernmental Affairs, Member
  • Tourism Development and Energy, Member
  • Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Safety, Member

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