Estes working on terrorist registry bill

MONTGOMERY – The 2020 Legislative Session will begin Tuesday, Feb. 4, and Marion County’s state representative is expecting the Legislature to tackle some big-issue items.
House District 17 Rep. Tracy Estes, R-Winfield, spoke with the Journal Record in a phone interview on Tuesday, Jan. 14, noting that the Legislature will have 105 calendar days to complete 30 legislative workdays. The Legislature will adjourn the session by May 19.
Estes said elected officials will be in Montgomery Tuesday-Thursday each week to do business. He said officials are on the State House floor Tuesdays and Thursdays and in committees on Wednesday.
Estes serves on the State House committees for education policy, public safety and homeland security and child/senior advocacy. He also serves as a deputy whip for House Majority Leader Nathaniel Ledbetter.


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