Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt (R,C,I-Greenwood Lake) is pleased to announce that she has been appointed as the Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly Labor Committee. The appointment was made by Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb (R,I,C-Canandaigua) and means that Assemblywoman Rabbitt will lead the committee for the Minority Conference.
“Creating jobs, strengthening our state’s ability to grow and maintain a highly skilled workforce, and negotiating with labor unions are some of the most pressing issues facing our state, and I am honored to have been appointed to this task. I look forward to working with members from both sides of the aisle to address the needs of and support our state’s workforce,” said the assemblywoman, who has previous experience serving as a member of the Labor Committee.
In addition to her appointment as Ranking Minority Member of the Labor Committee, Assemblywoman Rabbitt has been appointed to serve as a member of the Veterans’ Affairs and Economic Development committees and will continue to serve on the Consumer Affairs and Protection along with the Local Governments committees.
Assemblywoman Rabbitt stated, “As the new Ranking Minority Member of the Labor Committee, I also am very excited about partnering this role with the work of my other committees, especially my new membership on Veterans’ Affairs and Economic Development. Our veterans have done so much to build up and improve our state and I look forward to working with them to strengthen our state’s commitment back to them – especially in terms of job creation for veteran-owned businesses.”
“Balanced with my work on the Committee on Local Governments and Committee on Consumer Affairs and Protection, I am very excited to return to Albany, work with our new governor, all four legislative conferences and accomplish some great and meaningful things for the people of New York.”
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