(TRENTON) –Assemblyman Pedro Mejia (D-Bergen, Hudson) has been appointed to serve as vice-chair of the Assembly Regulated Professions Committee which is responsible for monitoring, updating, and amending laws dealing with licensed professionals, such as architects or electricians.
Assemblyman Mejia owns a residential real estate business and has been a member of the New Jersey General Assembly since 2018.
“Having already been a member of the committee, I have made relationships with many advocates to help understand important issues and have dealt with many of the topics we will discuss,” said Mejia. “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue working within the Regulated Professions Committee and am excited to get back to work on improving the lives of members of New Jersey’s workforce.”
Assemblyman Mejia serves New Jersey’s 32nd Legislative District which covers the Bergen County boroughs of Edgewater and Fairview and the Hudson County municipalities of East Newark, Guttenberg, Harrison, Kearny, North Bergen, Secaucus, and West New York.