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What follows are excerpts from several emails written by members of the Virginia House of Delegates to their constituents. These were published last week after the General Assembly passed a budget. From RICHARD L. ANDERSON, Delegate, 51st House District. Sent: Fri 6/13/2014 3:05 PM WE HAVE A BUDGET! … Continue reading
Well, it took awhile, but Democrats finally figured out that Gov. Bob McDonnell’s transportation bill is full of tax increases. Therefore, they are happy with it. This article explains, and it says who voted for it. VA Senate Passes $880 … Continue reading
Here is Delegate Rich Anderson‘s view of the budget stalemate. He also provides some information on road closures. Rich’s Richmond Report: Staying Connected Capitol Update 2012-05 Dear Prince William Neighbors, As of today (Friday), we have a proposed budget once … 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
Here is Delegate Rich Anderson latest report on the General Assembly. Week #3 Legislative Report Staying Connected:Capitol Update 2012-3 Dear Prince William Neighbors, This afternoon, we completed the third week of our eight-week legislative session of the 2012 General Assembly. … Continue reading