Monthly Archives: January 2014

SB 670 is about Liberty

Every year, you have one bill that you never anticipated when session began.  Sometimes, this “late-breaking” legislation may be the most significant that you file. In my case, SB 670 is that bill.  It was inspired by the usage of … Continue reading Continue reading

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Should (Assisted) Suicide Be Legal?

Yesterday was my first day returning to Courts of Justice, after a two-year exile.  I’m now at the far end of the dais, which is fine because I sit next to Jennifer Wexton (D-Loudoun), who has a lot of experience … Continue reading Continue reading

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Senate Embraces Newtonian Physics

Today, the Senate began the day with a floor ceremony remembering two American scientists, long-time residents of Virginia, who worked on the Manhattan project in the 1940′s and helped usher in the nuclear age. Shortly after the ceremony, the Senate … Continue reading Continue reading

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