The House Majority Policy Committee works with the other committees in the state House to advance policies that benefit the people of Pennsylvania.
Through hearings, meetings and discussions with Pennsylvanians across the Commonwealth, the House Majority Policy Committee conducts research and generates policy proposals aimed at improving the quality of life in the keystone state.
Rep. Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) was selected by his colleagues in 2014 to serve as chairman of the House Majority Policy Committee. Prior to his selection, Benninghoff served as chairman of the House Finance Committee, which handles legislation dealing with tax reform and fairness.
Benninghoff served two terms as the Centre County coroner before being selected to serve as the state representative from the 171st Legislative District. Kerry uses that experience, as well as his time as an orderly, when considering the ways health care policies affect Pennsylvania families.
Read Chairman Kerry Benninghoff’s bio to learn more about his history and experience.