He expressed excitement about his committee assignments, especially Armed Services, Veteran’s Affairs and Agriculture, which include $110 billion in the state as a business and 900,000-plus veterans, representing “the best of the best,” he said. Recognizing military attendees, he said his main objective is also to fix the Veterans Affairs Office so all veterans can get the help and benefits they need…
…“Now I get to have a discussion with the future nominee for the Attorney General’s Office asking the future nominee why it is they think it makes sense to continue to sue the state after the Supreme Court has ruled in another case with very similar legislation,” he said to chuckles from the audience. “So the judiciary committee all of a sudden has become very interesting to me.”
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