The changes, outlined in a memo sent to House members Wednesday, include creating an education Choice & Innovation Subcommittee, which will deal with a wide range of issues such as charter schools, virtual instruction and voucher-type programs.
Also, the changes include creating a Regulatory Affairs Committee that will have three subcommittees — Business & Professional Regulation, Energy & Utilities and Insurance & Banking.
Under the Health & Human Services Committee, the structure will include a Health Innovation Subcommittee, a Health Quality Subcommittee and a Healthy Families Subcommittee.
In Wednesday’s memo, Weatherford asked members to provide information by Nov. 14 about their preferences in committee assignments.
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