Last week, as a guest substitute for Sen. Whipple, I wrote about a very enlightening trip to Taiwan that may very well result in trade opportunities for both Virginia and Taiwan.
Those of you who follow the actions of the Virginia General Assembly know that progress is often slow and incremental in nature.
Virginia Governor Tim Kaine was not exactly ecstatic, but he was mighty pleased as he described the proposed compromise on transportation funding at the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Tuesday. The luncheon, which was rescheduled from December because of a state trooper funeral, offered perfect timing for Governor Kaine […]
Most people, when given a problem to solve, try to figure out a solution, not just hand off the problem to someone else because it’s too hard. That’s not the case with some members of the Virginia General Assembly. On Monday, House Speaker William Howell’s office in Richmond released a […]