Jefferson City –Representative Jason Grill, D-Parkville, was appointed to serve on two important House committees for the 2007 legislative session. Rep. Grill was named to the House Special Committee on Small Business as well as the House Special Committee on Tax Reform by House Speaker Rod Jetton, R-Marble Hill.
“I am excited to begin work in committees and to join with my colleagues to effect positive change for the people of Platte County and Missouri,” said Rep. Grill. “One of my top priorities is to help small businesses in our state to provide quality health care for their employees. Through my work on the House Special Committee on Small Business I hope to assist in crafting good legislation to do that.”
The House Special Committee on Small Business is responsible for all bills relating to the establishment, growth, development, expansion, retention, and operations of small businesses in the State of Missouri. Representative Grill was also appointed this week to serve on the House Special Committee on Tax Reform, which is responsible for bills relating to potential revisions to Missouri’s tax code.
“I will work with my colleagues by taking a closer look at our tax system to ensure it is beneficial to Missouri’s small business, seniors, individuals, and families,” said Rep. Grill. “We have a lot of hard work ahead of us this session and I am excited to work together as Republicans and Democrats to create legislation that will make our state an even better place to live, raise a family, and do business.”
Rep. Jason Grill Named to another Special Committee by Speaker of the House
Jefferson City –Representative Jason Grill, D-Parkville, this week was named to the House Special Committee on Health Insurance by House Speaker Rod Jetton, R-Marble Hill. This is the third committee assignment for Rep. Grill who also was appointed to serve on the House Special Committees on Small Business and Tax Reform by the Speaker of the House.
The House Special Committee on Health Insurance considers and reports upon bills and matters referred to it relating to the affordability and accessibility of health insurance for Missourians.“I am honored that the Speaker would select me to serve on the Special Health Insurance Committee that will work on one of the most important issues we will consider this session,” said Rep. Grill. “I look forward to working with my colleagues from both parties to ensure Missourians have access to affordable, quality health insurance. We have a difficult task ahead of us but I am confident that we can reach a viable solution by coming together as Republicans and Democrats.”