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Sen. Kaine on Cuba relations and release of Alan Gross

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Sen. Kaine on Cuba relations and release of Alan Gross

WASHINGTON, D.C. –  U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, released the following statement on Cuba: “I am overjoyed by today’s announcement of Alan Gross’s release and wish him the very best as he reunites with his family and loved ones. His release marks a victory for American diplomacy. I’d […]

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Roanoke City citizens don’t vote for the city manager

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Roanoke City citizens don't vote for the city manager

Roanoke city council is showing its city manager, Chris Morrill, a lot of love lately by showering him with power meant for elected officials. City council members claiming to be Democrats, Independent Democrats or “Democrats In Name Only” keep giving more power to Mr. Morrill. Are not Democrats suppose to be the ethical “checks and […]

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Extended U.S. Senate session alters Tim Kaine’s Roanoke visit

Monday, December 15, 2014

U.S. Senator Tim Kaine was set to kick off a four-day swing through the Commonwealth in the Roanoke Valley. In the morning, Kaine was to participate in a roundtable discussion with the Asian American Business Owners Association in Roanoke County about issues facing small business owners and families.  In the afternoon, Kaine was to have […]

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Gov. McAuliffe applies $28 million to replace voting machines in 2166 precincts

Monday, December 15, 2014

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today in a press release that he is including $28 million in his budget to provide new voting machines to precincts across Virginia so all polling places will have uniform, state-of-the-art equipment for the 2015 November elections. On Election Day 2014, 49 Virginia localities reported voting equipment issues, and currently Virginia precincts […]

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Gov. McAuliffe details gun violence prevention measures

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Governor McAuliffe today announced a series of legislative proposals aimed at protecting Virginia residents and families through common-sense gun violence prevention efforts. The proposals include prohibiting the possession of firearms for persons subject to protective orders and those who have committed certain misdemeanor offenses, such as stalking, sexual battery, and domestic violence, as well as […]

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Senators Kaine and Warner say $1.1 trillion funding compromise good for Virginia

Saturday, December 13, 2014

The $1.1 trillion CROmnibus bill passed the Senate Tuesday night sometime after 10:00 p.m on a vote of 56-40. Both Virginia Senators voted for the bill that will mostly fund the government to September 30. Outstanding funding of Homeland Security dangles until February when Republicans hope to hitch it to defunding of President Obama’s immigration […]

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Virginia House Democrats call for Del. Morrissey to resign or else

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Virginia House Democrats call for Del. Morrissey to resign or else

Democrats and Republicans alike immediately made their voices heard. All were clamoring for Delegate Joe Morrissey’s resignation or else. The else would require a vote of 2/3 of the House of Delegates to expel Morrissey. They are prepared to do just that. Morrissey was charged with four felonies. He was accused by prosecutors of having […]

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Rep. Morgan Griffith voted against the federal spending bill

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) issued the following statement today after voting against the nine-month government spending bill: “As with all compromises, this bill includes a number of both good and bad items, which I often refer to as ‘candy apples’ and ‘toads,’ respectively.  I understand that action must be taken, and I appreciate the hard […]

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Former AG Ken Cuccinelli rails against Republicans funding amnesty

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Former AG Ken Cuccinelli rails against Republicans funding amnesty

Let’s hear it for the arm twisting!!! UPDATE: The CROmnibus bill passed 219-206 with 10 not voting. Oddly Virginia Rep. Morgan Griffith voted to bring it to the floor but later voted against it. Just the opposite for Democrat Gerry Connely. He voted against it then voted for it. Bobby Scott voted against it both […]

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Gov. McAuliffe selected to chair Chesapeake Executive Council

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Governor Terry McAuliffe will assume the chairmanship of the Chesapeake Executive Council beginning January 1, 2015.  The council is the governing body for the multi-state and federal partnership known as the Chesapeake Bay Program and is responsible for leading the Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts, most recently detailed in the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement.  The […]

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Virginia AG Mark Herring sues guardrail manufacturer

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Today, Attorney General Mark R. Herring brought legal action against Trinity Industries and Trinity Highway Products, LLC for selling the Commonwealth of Virginia thousands of unapproved, improperly tested, and potentially dangerous pieces of highway guardrail equipment. In a complaint filed in Richmond Circuit Court, the Commonwealth seeks civil penalties and recovery of costs if necessary […]

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10 farmers receive the Virginia Grand Basin Clean Water Farm Award

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

ROANOKE — Governor Terry McAuliffe today presented 10 farmers with 2014 Virginia Grand Basin Clean Water Farm Awards for implementing practices to protect water quality. The governor also recognized the first Virginians to implement an agricultural resource management plan under a newly created program. The presentations took place in Roanoke at the annual meeting of […]

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