Monthly Archives: February 2010

SB 110, 112 and 116 Pass the House

Big day today.  We had three bills on the House floor for “third read” which is final.  Each bill passed unanimously.  Having passed both houses, they now go to the Governor for signature.  Two of the bills (SB 110 and … Continue reading

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Senate Budget: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

The Senate budget was reported out of Finance Committee last night.  The vote was 14-1, which shows the bipartisan approach taken in reaching this result. Here are the main highlights (or lowlights depending on your perspective).  I don’t pretend that … Continue reading

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U.S. Beats Canada in Hockey

Great hockey game last night between U.S. and Canada.  Took a break from budget review to watch the States grab an early lead and then pull away in the 3rd period.  Incredible goal-tending by Ryan Miller.  Superior hustle by our … Continue reading

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House and Senate Budgets Due Out Tonight

This evening the respective bodies will report a proposed budget from the Senate Finance and House Appropriations Committees. There is intense interest in the proposals.  I note that coming into Richmond there is a new VEA billboard on Rte. 95/64 which … Continue reading

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Town Hall on Saturday

On Saturday, I am hosting a town hall at Fairfax City Hall with Delegate David Bulova.  The meeting starts at 10 a.m. when we will give a presentation on the State Budget and the Governor’s proposed cuts.  Hope you can … Continue reading

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