Inspiration is a fickle and fleeting customer. You never know when the urge will strike to change your destiny, to follow your passion to take a path few are brave enough to tread.
This week the House will vote on a budget resolution which lays the foundation for rebuilding our economy and laying the ground work for long term prosperity.
The Senate Finance Committee held its annual retreat last week in Fredericksburg.
OKS Project for 174 Affordable Rental Units Citing the City of Falls Church’s vision statement, charter and comprehensive plan, all affirming diversity as an important community objective, the Falls Church City Council voted in the wee hours of Tuesday morning to approve an ambitious plan to build a new, seven-story […]
Towards the end of the longest single Falls Church City Council meeting over the course of the 17-and-a-half-year history of the Falls Church News-Press, Councilman Dan Maller struck the just the right chord for the majority that approved construction of 174 affordable housing units in the City’s downtown.
Falls Church and the entire 8th Congressional District of Virginia, which I’ve been proud to represent since 1990, was recently ranked the 2nd best district to live in out of all 436 congressional districts nationwide. According to the American Human Development Report, published by Columbia University Press and the Social […]
FCPS Names Reed Smith LLP ‘Partner of the Year’ Providing backpacks filled with enough school supplies for an entire year to each Graham Road Elementary student is just one of the many public services Reed Smith LLP has offered the school. The law firm, one of the 15 largest […]
For many Americans, Tuesday brought a flurry of action as people rushed to file their tax returns on time. This year Congress also got into the act, passing legislation to strengthen taxpayer protections and make the tax system work better for consumers.
Filing your annual tax return with the IRS can be a pain. But this year, the pain will be worth it – even if a person does not have enough income to necessitate filing. That is because if you make under $75,000 as an individual, $150,000 if you file jointly […]
The principal policy division between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama involves health care. It’s a division that can seem technical and obscure — and I’ve read many assertions that only the most wonkish care about the fine print of their proposals.