Monthly Archives: March 2009

Veto Session Approaching

The Governor has issued his vetoes and amendments.  We will take them up when the session reconvenes on April 8th. Here are some of the higher-profile actions: Voting Access:  The Governor has amended a bill to put “no excuse absentee … Continue reading

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Rainy Saturday in Fairfax

It’s been raining all day in Fairfax.  I’ve been on the road all morning hitting appointments.  Here’s the schedule: 7:15 a.m.  Stop by the law office.  Preparing papers to file next week.  Answering several emails. 8:35 a.m.  Up to Vienna Firehouse … Continue reading

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Post Article on Senator Deeds

As many of you know, I have endorsed my friend and fellow Senator Creigh Deeds (D-Bath) in the Democratic primary for Governor.  The primary voting day is June 9th.  Today the Post ran a front-page article on Senator Deeds.  Here’s … Continue reading

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Back on the Course

Back from Richmond, my daily focus is on business, family and constituent services.   However, I also try to get in some 5K and 10K runs when the opportunity presents. A couple weeks ago, at the Virginia Trial Lawyers convention in … Continue reading

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Small is the New Large (in terms of Banking)

It’s been over a week since the AIG bonus story broke.  The consequences are still ongoing. One observation:  the credibility of the national financial services sector – indispensable only six months ago  — is now on the level of the subprime lenders whose wares they once … Continue reading

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