Monthly Archives: April 2015

On Eve of Veto Session, SB 965 Hit with Misinformation

It’s a day before the veto session.  All of the lawmakers will be returning to Richmond tonight or tomorrow. Ironically, the most controversial legislation appears to be SB 965, which passed unanimously back in the regular session.  That bill strictly … Continue reading

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I’m not dead, I’m in trial this week

It’s been a long week.  In trial every day and not getting home until late. A few notes:  excellent Op-Ed in the RTD on the UVA tuition increase.  I don’t understand why the Board wouldn’t get more input.  And, yes, … Continue reading

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The Last Days of the Confederacy

It was 150 years ago to this day (April 2, 1865), when the Union Army broke through the Confederate lines at Petersburg and began the campaign to end the Civil War.   Within hours, the Union Army had marched on to … Continue reading

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This is Brilliant

You have to love the Cav Daily  

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