July 10th, 2017 Newsletter

On July 1, several pieces of legislation passed by the 2017 session of the Virginia General Assembly became law and are likely to affect the daily lives of the residents of the 59th District.

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July 3rd, 2017 Newsletter

The 2017 General Assembly adjourned at the end of February. Throughout the 46-day session, we considered thousands of bills. Most of the bills that ultimately passed and were signed by the Governor will go into effect on July 1.

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June 26th, 2017 Newsletter

Seven years ago, Democrats imposed a risky health care experiment on Americans that led to skyrocketing costs and collapsing insurance markets.  Senate Republicans are working to fix the mess Democrats made by acting to rescue the millions trapped by Obamacare. 

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June 19th, 2017 Newsletter

House Republicans enter the 2017 campaign with a strong slate of candidates across the Commonwealth. We are prepared to run positive, solutions-oriented campaigns focused on what is best for our communities and our Commonwealth.

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June 5th, 2017 Newsletter

Governor McAuliffe announced on May 15 that Virginia would proceed with implementing REAL ID this year.

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May 22, 2017 Newsletter

On May 12, Governor McAuliffe issued an executive order directing state agencies to ignore parts of the final budget law and to implement the budget as if it contained unconstitutional vetoes rejected by the legislature.

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May 15, 2017 Newsletter

Across the country Obamacare is failing the American people, delivering high costs, few options, and broken promises. Real healthcare has become unaffordable as premiums and deductibles have spiraled out of control.

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April 17th 2017 Newsletter

The General Assembly again removed Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion from Governor McAuliffe’s budget proposal. At the reconvened session, we rejected his latest attempt to clear a path for Medicaid expansion.

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April 3rd 2017 Newsletter

The General Assembly will reconvene on Wednesday, April 5 for the “Veto Session” to handle Governor McAuliffe’s vetoes and amendments.

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March 27, 2017 Newsletter

Four years ago, Governor McAuliffe was sworn into office pledging to be a bipartisan governor and to work with the General Assembly. But as his term comes to an end, it is obvious that this was nothing more than a political platitude.

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