Rep. Kristin Boggs Selected To Serve On Ohio House Legislative Panels
Former assistant attorney general will work with colleagues to shape public policy
February 09, 2016
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State Rep. Kristin Boggs (D-Columbus) today announced the committees on which she will serve to help shape and refine public policy.

“I am honored to have been selected to serve on these important committees,” said Boggs, who previously served as an assistant attorney general for nearly 10 years. “I am confident that my background in public policy and the legal arena will allow me to be an effective voice during debates on the issues important to my constituents. I look forward to working with my colleagues on legislation to improve our justice system and make our state government more responsive to the needs of working families in Ohio.”

Rep. Boggs will serve on the following committees:


-State Government

Committee meetings are crucial to the formation of laws. Legislative proposals must be vetted through the committee process to allow opponents and proponents to present testimony and voice opinions on potential changes to bills before they are considered by the full House.

Committees are open to the public and held any time before or after House floor sessions. The public can watch the House Finance Committee live by going to or

Boggs was sworn in last month as State Representative for the 18th House District. She took over the seat most recently held by former Rep. Michael Stinziano, who left at the end of 2015 to serve on Columbus City Council.

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