Deasy appointed Democratic chairman of House Liquor Control Committee

HARRISBURG, Jan. 7 – State Rep. Dan Deasy, D-Allegheny, was appointed today as Democratic chairman of the House Liquor Control Committee by House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody.

This is Deasy’s first committee chairman appointment.

“I’m elated to have been appointed as Democratic chair of the House Liquor Control Committee,” Deasy said. “I’d like to thank House leadership for this assignment, and I’m eager to get to work and do what we can – in bipartisan fashion – to further progress the state’s Liquor Code, adequately enforce liquor licensing and keep alcohol out of the hands of minors.”

The House Liquor Control Committee reviews and deliberates all legislation involving the state’s Liquor Code and oversees operations of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which includes liquor enforcement and licensing.

Deasy represents the 27th Legislative District, which includes part of Wards 19, 20 and 28 in the City of Pittsburgh, and the boroughs of Crafton, Green Tree, Ingram, McKees Rocks and Thornburg.

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