Monthly Archives: April 2014

An Ode to the Young People

I created this blog eight years ago so I could have a voice on issues great and small.  Over the past eight years, I’ve made over 2,000 posts and received over 10,000 comments.  I’ve never been afraid to give an … Continue reading Continue reading

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Not a Sermon, Just a Thought

Yesterday’s veto session was a depressing day in the State Capitol, characterized mainly by partisan cliches and stale speeches. When the smoke had cleared, the Governor’s five vetoes were sustained while most of his amendments regarding “fiscal impact” were rejected. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Veto Session Today

It’s a beautiful spring day in Richmond.  Session began at noon, with a series of morning hour announcements. We are taking a recess while the indefatigable Bill Hazel walks us through the status of Medicaid reforms, “dual eligibles,” cost containment, … Continue reading Continue reading

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