Monthly Archives: March 2013

Today’s Virginia News

George Mason is moving to the Atlantic 10 athletic conference. Arlington has a bus stop that is two times the value of my house. The Governor will be announcing his amendments to the transportation bill at 9 a.m. Lots to … Continue reading

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The Legend of Oliver Diaz

I’m in Williamsburg today for the annual meeting of the Virginia Trial Attorneys Association.  A trip to VTLA is usually a vacation, and hopefully a well-deserved one as I’ve had three contested trials since the Assembly adjourned in late February. The conference mostly … Continue reading

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Survive and Advance

Was 1983 the greatest year in the world for college basketball? It was in the ACC.  Can you remember those days?  Left Driesell’s Maryland had Len Bias and Adrian Branch.  Dean Smith’s North Carolina, the defending champs, had Sam Perkins, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on NCAA Hoops, Soda Ban and other things

My first month back from legislative session has been completely consumed by work and family life — as it should be. The weather has been cold and rainy this week, perfect weather for watching hours and hours of college basketball.  … Continue reading

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Fairfax Scrambles for new GDC Judge

There were some nice additions in the State Budget this year.  Among other things, the final Budget report added a 2% raise for K-12 teachers, as well as $3.7M dedicated specifically to “transitioning” severely disabled citizens from the Training Centers … Continue reading

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