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Do you support Delegate Bob Marshall? In what follows Marshall requests your help. Without it, he cannot succeed. To live as free men and women, we must do what is required of us voluntarily. Otherwise, we will suffer the fate of … Continue reading
Delegate Bob Marshall request that you to call your senator. Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall Statement on Virginia Senate Action to Delay Vote on H.B. 1160 “Our Liberties Hang in the Balance” February 27, 2011 This afternoon the Virginia State Senate … Continue reading
Here is Delegate Jackson Miller‘s report on the General Assembly. 2012 Session Update: Budget On Thursday, we passed the House version of the 2012-2014 biennial budget. Our structurally balanced budget makes strategic investments in the core areas of government that … Continue reading
In the following, Delegate Scott Lingamfelter offers a broad assessment of what is at stake in the 2012 elections. Obama’s Shovel Ready America With all that is going on in the current Session of the Virginia General Assembly, now keenly focused … Continue reading
Here Senator Dick Black worries about the possibility of a budget stalemate. Democrats claim they want changes to the budget, but the only issue they cite is the results of the last election. This week in Richmond began with snowy … Continue reading
Here is Delegate Rich Anderson latest report on the General Assembly. Rich’s Richmond Report Staying Connected: Update 2012-04 Dear Prince William Neighbors, As we wrap up week #7 of the 2012 legislative session of the General Assembly, I’m typing these … Continue reading