U.S. Rep. Sam Graves has hired former GOP state representative Susan Phillips to be a staff liaison.
Phillips, a Kansas City, North, Republican, recently stepped down as the 32nd District representative because of term limits. As a Graves’ liaison, she will work with him on policy issues concerning law enforcement, faith-based issues, women, children and charities.
“I am excited to have a four-term state representative on my team,” Graves said in a press release. “Susan will be a valuable asset as she represents my office in the area she previously served as state representative.”
Phillips was a leading social conservative in the House. She favored more restrictions on abortion and ending state subsidies for birth control pills.
Posted by Mike Rice