In addition to serving on Veterans Affairs, she will also replace Perdue on the Agriculture Committee and be assigned to the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
Loeffler said she was happy to serve on committees that have impact on Georgia residents, and her goals include lowering healthcare costs for Americans, improving the quality of education and strengthening programs for those who have served.
"As the daughter and granddaughter of two very special veterans, I am honored to serve our nation's heroes on the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee," she said in a news release. "I look forward to carrying on Johnny Isakson's strong commitment to our veterans and their families.”
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