Monthly Archives: October 2011

Korean Free Trade Agreement Approved

Last night, the U.S. Congress (finally) approved a Free Trade Agreement with the Republic of Korea.  This agreement will eliminate barriers to competition between the world’s largest economy and the fifteenth-largest. I am a state lawmaker, not a national one.  … Continue reading

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Door-Knocking the Greatest Generation in Westmore

For the past couple nights, I’ve been hitting doors in the Westmore neighborhood, about 1,000 single-family ranch homes on the south side of Fairfax City.  It’s across Main Street from my house (and down the hill from my law office). … Continue reading

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Surveillance Cameras in High Schools?

A few days ago, there was a proposal discussed about installing surveillance cameras in the lunchrooms and common areas at Fairfax County high schools. No, I’m not making this up. (The story dated back to mid-September.  An FCPS parent mentioned it to me … Continue reading

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