• Cormier removed from committee after arguing diversions
    District 105 State Representative Mack Cormier (inset), who represents Plaquemines Parish, questions CPRA Chair Chip Kline (seated) and District 52 State Representative Jerome Zeringue (standing) about the effects of river diversions during a May 11 Trans

Cormier removed from committee after arguing diversions

Just days into the 2020 legislative session, freshman State Representative Mack Cormier, D-Belle Chasse, has been removed from one of his committee assignments.

Speaker of the House Clay Schexnayder, R-Gonzales, sent Cormier a letter on May 11 advising that Cormier “will no longer serve as a member of the House Natural Resources Committee,” with no further explanation. The letter added that Cormier will retain his other committee assignments (Labor and Industrial Relations; Transportation, Highways and Public Works) and thanked him for his “past service.”

The 2020 legislative session began May 4. Cormier was present at the May 6 Natural Resources Committee meeting and absent from the committee’s May 13 meeting.

 

 

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