In my 3rd General Assembly Update, I discuss major legislation addressed by the House in three areas: mental health, education, and ethics reform. I also provide an update on my bills.

We nearly half way into this year's 60-day session. As always, session moves at a brisk pace, and the legislature has already taken action on a number of bills in committee. 

On Wednesday, January 8th, the General Assembly convened for the 2014 Session, kicking off a 60-day "long" session. Some of the most contentious issues we'll be considering include the 2015-2016 budget, whether or not to expand Medicaid, and how to continue our economic recovery and aid those individuals and families who have been most severely impacted by the economic downturn.

As we begin 2014, the General Assembly is gearing up to convene on Wednesday, January 8th. Continue reading for a preview of some of the issues expected to come before the General Assembly, including the 2015/2016 budget.

Please follow this link to participate in my annual constituent survey.  
Your responses help me serve you better on key issues facing the General Assembly this year.

Read my Election Day newsletter, in which I ask supporters in my district for their vote and remind voters of the valid forms ID needed to vote.

Read my October 29th Newsletter, in which I ask for volunteers on Election Day.

Read my October 24th newsletter. In this issue read more on:

  • my 8th Annual Harvest Festival
  • what you can do these last 11 days of the election

Read my September 9th newsletter. In this issue you can read about:

  • My re-election campaign
  • Style Weekly's 2013 Power List
  • Need a Yard Sign?
  • Like me on facebook and follow me on twitter

Read my August 2013 Newsletter. In this issue, I discuss:

  • The Virginia Back to School Sales Tax Holiday
  • New Laws that Took Effect on July 1st
  • Tougher Stalking Laws Are in Place -- Finally!
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