The regular session of the General Assembly adjourned on March 13 and we immediately went into a special session called to handle a bond bill.
Marshall 1; McDonnell 0
February 21 – 27, 2008
I am proud to report that I achieved one of my New Year’s resolutions this week by, for my first time, seeing all five Academy Award “Best Picture” nominees prior to the Oscar ceremonies this weekend. It was hard to make it to a screen still showing “Michael Clayton,” but […]
It was a great week of “firsts” What a great time we had last week as the Democrats took control of the Senate for the first time in a decade. At noon on Wednesday, all newly-elected Senators took the oath of office, pledging to uphold the Constitutions of the United […]
Two-term Governors? The General Assembly will convene on January 9 to consider the first biennial budget presented by Governor Kaine. As was the case with Governor Warner, his predecessor prepared Kaine’s first two-year budget.
WASHINGTON — When a fire broke out in Vice President Dick Cheney’s ceremonial office last week, reporters quipped that someone must be burning the videotapes of the CIA interrogation of two al-Qaida detainees.
Prelude to a Fight On Monday, the so-called money committees of the General Assembly held a joint meeting in Richmond to hear from Governor Kaine.
As one of the leaders of the Senate, I have been in Richmond this week with the newly-elected Senators while they attend New Member Orientation.
Somewhere in the Russian countryside, local government corruption is about to get a run for its money in George Mason High School’s production of “The Inspector General.”