General Assembly Sine Die, Part Four
Delegate Poindexter spends time talking to constituents, much like an old fashioned Virginia politician of another era.
General Assembly Sine Die, Part Three
Senator Marsdon’s SB1027 is a high water mark and cause for celebration among all Virginians who have sought treatment considered unconventional for a serious illness.
General Assembly Sine Die, Part Two
A look at trends and insight on what legislation your elected officials feel is important enough to present to the body.
Virginia General Assembly Sine Die
This year’s General Assembly Session was plenty lively with both important and trivial issues on the table, along with the usual interesting little side “operas.”
The Gentleman from Caroline
Delegate Bobby Orrock could be sitting right next to you at a dinner honoring local volunteers, and you’d hardly know he’s there. The work he does in Richmond, however, speaks loudly.
While Rome Burned
At crossover, it’s time for a reminder to our GOP elected officials that the base is watching, and they aren’t happy.
The Rise and Fall of a Buddy Bill: HB1900 Fails on 47-48 Vote
In our final of the four part series, the ultimate buddy bill, HB1900, goes down to a squeaker of a defeat.
The Rise and Fall of a Buddy Bill, Part III
Tomorrow is the big day, when HB 1900 – the anti-dog hunting bill – gets its day in the Rules Committee.
The Rise and Fall of a Buddy Bill, Continued
In part 2 of her on-going analysis, Susan Sili provides updates on HB 1900, the dog hunting buddy bill.
More War on Local Government, Update to Proposed Legislation by the Virginia Cable Industry
The debate over broadband continues.