Members of a House interim committee met today to begin the process of improving how the House conducts its business.
Wrap: Chief Clerk of the House Adam Crumbliss warned representatives that the legislative branch was not operating effciently and that change is needed to serve the public.
Represenative Kevin Engler agreed that change was needed within the current committee structure and with how votes are taken.
|Description: The way we accept seconds and not accept seconds...that's something we can tighten up|
Other recommendations from Crumbliss included simplifying House rules and using former representatives as a resource in the legislative process
Reporting from the state capitol, I'm Matt Kalish.