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Senator Robin L. Webb has been a member of the Kentucky State Senate since 2009. Senator Webb previously served in the House of Representatives for 10 years (1999-2009), where she was First Vice-Chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee and served on all House Budget Subcommittees.
During her tenure in the House, she helped negotiate the Tobacco Master Settlement Distribution in 2000 and she co-sponsored and was a conferee on the “Litter Bill” in 2002. In 2013 she co-sponsored the Hemp Bill and the Human Trafficking Bill. The 2015 Session work included justice and environmental issues, legislative success for Hunter’s for the Hungry, Stray and Abandoned Horses, and being a conferee on fuel tax issues.
Senator Webb serves on the several Senate committees: Agriculture; Judiciary; Natural Resources and Energy; and Appropriations and Revenue, Budget Sub-Committees on Justice and Transportation; as well as the Tobacco Settlement Agreement Fund Oversight Committee; Special Subcommittee on Energy; and Subcommittee on Horse Farming. She was appointed to the National Conference of State Legislatures – Law and Justice Committee, the Southern Legislative Conference – Fiscal Affairs and Government Operations Committee and the Council for State Governments Energy and Environment Committee.
Active in her profession and community, Senator Webb serves as chair of the Equine Law Section of the Kentucky Bar Association and President of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucus. She is the founder of the Kentucky Sportsman’s Caucus. She is also a member of the Kentucky Bar Association (KBA) Committee on Domestic Violence and Child Protection, the Kentucky Lawyer Assistance Program Commission, and the KBA Foundation Board of Directors.