Swanson announces Agriculture & Conservation Committee Appointment

WOODHULL… State Representative Dan Swanson (R-Alpha) announced he has received word that he will also be appointed to the House Agriculture & Conservation Committee in addition to the five committees announced earlier in the week.

“I was very happy to have received the call from Leader Durkin to let me know I had been chosen to help represent our caucus on the Agriculture & Conservation Committee.  As a fifth-generation family farmer, and representing an area of the state known as the Hog Capitol of the World (Kewanee) and containing some of the very best farmland in Illinois, I look forward to applying those skills and knowledge on this important committee,” said Swanson.  “My father, brother and I still operate our family farm near Andover where we harvest corn, beans, oats, wheat and hay crops as well as operate a cow/calf operation, cattle feedlot and raise pigs.”

“There are many difficult issues confronting our agricultural economy in Illinois.  Having legislators with first-hand knowledge on family farming will be important as we move forward as a State.  I look forward to that work and applying my common-sense and agricultural knowledge gleaned over generations,” continued Swanson.
Rep. Swanson announced on Monday that he was appointed to the Public Safety Appropriations Committee, the Fire & Emergency Services Committee, the Elementary & Secondary Education: Curriculum and Policies Committee, the new Special Committee on Police & First Responders and the new Special Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.

74th District residents can learn more about legislation sponsored by Rep. Swanson during the Spring legislative session at his website at www.repswanson.com.


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