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Contact Lawmakers About Smoke Detector Legislation

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To let lawmakers know how you feel about state Rep. Mike Turner's proposed smoke detector legislation, contact the following state lawmakers:

Charles Curtiss, chair of the Commerce Committee

Members of the Industrial Impact subcommittee:

  • David Shepard, Chair
  • Richard Montgomery, Vice Chair
  • John DeBerry
  • Joanne Favors
  • Dennis Ferguson
  • Jim Hackworth
  • Bill Harmon
  • David Hawk
  • Joe McCord
  • Dennis Roach
  • Charles Sargent
  • Park Strader
  • Curry Todd and Eddie Yokley
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