Myrick to host town hall meeting at the Lake Norman chamber
by Staff Writer
Myrick will speak on issues ranging from the economy to job creation and government regulations. Earlier that day she’ll meet with investors of the Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corporation and larger corporate members of the Lake Norman Chamber.
Myrick serves as the vice chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee, which is the oldest legislative committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. The committee is the broadest legislative responsible for public health, telecommunications, energy, consumer protection, food and drug safety, air quality, environmental health, and interstate and foreign commerce. She is also a member of the Health subcommittee.
Hilary Broadway, chairwoman of the Lake Norman Chamber’s Business Education and Advocacy Division stated, “The Chamber supports efforts to reform environmental laws and regulations that encourage the healthy growth of our businesses. We look forward to hosting Representative Sue Myrick and allowing our member businesses and other interested stakeholders an opportunity to hear what Congress is prioritizing in Washington and to exchange ideas and concerns in a healthy dialogue with our Representative.”