Does current repeal effort set the stage for billions in tax cuts for the wealthiest?
The General Assembly has adjourned its annual session. In future columns I will write about bills that survived the Governor’s veto pen and those that did not.
Shortly after this column appears in your Reston Connection, you will be getting your very own ballots in the mail for the Reston Association Board of Directors election.
Results of the 2017 session of the General Assembly.
GOOD THINGS Progress in funding mental health and addressing the opioid epidemic on multiple levels were among the successes of the 2017 General Assembly session.
In a previous column I addressed in part the question I get from more and more constituents about what they can do to be more active in public service.
RTC management folks, the way you ran this "pay for parking" scheme was like a bunch of rookies.
Attend a town hall meeting and express your priorities.
Alexandria and Arlington each have a meals tax, both enacted without a referendum because as urban forms of government in Virginia, their local elected bodies were authorized to enact the tax legislatively.
Although the “short sessions” of the General Assembly held on the odd-numbered years are about two weeks less in length than the regular session in the even-numbered years because they do not consider a biennium budget, the fact is that the budget is adjusted at every session of the General Assembly.
Below is an email I sent to Reston Town Center after using the new parking system today for the first time.
If you have lived in Fairfax County for any amount of time, you are surely familiar with the traffic situation here.
“Congress shall make no law … abridging … the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
Most people can remember the flowchart from high school civics class that graphically showed how a bill becomes a law.
Unsatisfied with the existing identification requirements to vote in Virginia, on Feb. 1 Republicans in Virginia’s House of Delegates voted to make it even harder to vote in state elections.