The House this week passed the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act, legislation extending federal hate crimes law to protect individuals targeted because of their sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or disability.
NEWS Impulsive, the eclectic gift shop located at The Broadway, 502 W Broad Street, officially closed its doors Sunday, March 29. Owner and Remax Allegiance Realtor Leslie Hutchison closed the store in order to better focus on her real estate business. For more information email leslie@ImpulsiveGallery.com.
One of the largest pieces of legislation in U.S. history was enacted this week when the President signed the American Economic Recovery Package.
When Hillary Clinton is good on the Sunday talk shows, she is really, really good. But when she is bad, she’s atrocious. When she talks about policy, she will dazzle you. When her own ambitions are on the line, it’s time to reach for the sick bag.
A few days ago, we received a letter from our friend, Arlington’s Treasurer Frank O’Leary. It was addressed “Dear Fellow Democrat.”
A hot topic in state legislatures is universal health coverage. Tired of waiting for the Congress to take action, states are striking out on their own, most notably Massachusetts.
Motion to Dismiss Suit Over Property Quashed by Judge In the first official court ruling concerning the defection from the Virginia Episcopal Diocese by 11 churches last December, a Fairfax Circuit Court judge ruled against dismissal of lawsuits by the diocese and the national Episcopal Church last Friday. It was […]