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Bam Carney appointed to Appropriations and Revenue
By Michael Goins
News from Legislative Research Commission
Frankfort, KY (January 11, 2010) - Rep. John 'Bam' Carney, R-Campbellsville (51st District) has been appointed to serve on the Appropriations and Revenue Committee in the Kentucky House of Representatives.
"I'm pleased and humbled to be appointed to serve on this committee," said Rep. Carney. "I pledge to work hard toward making Kentucky's budget fiscally responsible to taxpayers in Adair and Taylor counties, and make sure people know how their money is being spent."
"Bam's selection to the House A&R committee is a testament to his abilities and leadership as a legislator," said House Republican Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. "It also reinforces the confidence Bam's constituents showed by selecting him as their state representative."
In addition to being appointed to the Appropriations and Revenue Committee, Carney was also appointed vice-chairman of the House Education and Economic Development committees, and a member of the Agriculture and Small Business, and State Government committees.
Rep. Carney was first elected to the Kentucky House of Representatives in 2008.
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