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State Rep. Craig Lipscomb appointed to House Transportation Committee

Lipscomb will continue to serve as vice chair of both the House Health and Ports, Waterways & Intermodal Transit committees.

Rep. Craig Lipscomb
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State Representative Craig Lipscomb, R-Gadsden, announced on Thursday that he has been appointed to a seat on the House Transportation, Utilities & Infrastructure Committee by Speaker of the House Nathaniel Ledbetter, R-Rainsville.

“A strong economy, a growing state, and the ability to effectively move goods and services throughout Alabama are dependent upon the three factors that this committee oversees – transportation, utilities, and infrastructure,” Lipscomb said. “I appreciate the confidence that Speaker Ledbetter has placed in me with an additional committee assignment, and I pledge to use my influence on this panel to help make an already great state even better.”

In addition to his new assignment, Lipscomb will continue to serve as vice chair of both the House Health Committee and the House Ports, Waterways & Intermodal Transit committees

He also holds a seat on the House Local Legislation Committee.

Currently serving his second term in the House, Lipscomb is employed as a commercial and residential architect with design projects in Alabama and throughout the southeast.

Lipscomb is a graduate of Auburn University, and he and his wife, Angela, are parents to two children.

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