This bi-partisan committee reviews member-proposed policy statements from around the nation in an effort to improve policy and promote dialogue.
“This role was very appealing to me because it will give me a good perspective on issues that are important in other states around the country,” Stack stated. “It is a significant national policy task, since passage of a resolution means it is backed in a bi-partisan way by the officeholders first in line to become governor.”
“These policy statements are often used to promote legislative activity in the states and in Congress. The work coordinated through this committee ranges from veterans affairs and public health to energy, the environment, and economic development,” said NLGA Director Julia Hurst.
Stack will serve on the committee till July 2016, when he will be eligible for reappointment.