Thanks to the House Republicans, HB 2527 prohibits the imposition and collection of tolls on the Fairfax and Prince William Parkways without prior approval from the General Assembly. Many constituents have raised concerns about tolling the Fairfax and Prince William County Parkways, and Continue reading No Tolls on Our Parkways
Legislation banning drivers from holding a phone for any reason passed the House. It was poised to pass the Senate when an apparently innocent amendment was tacked on to specify the exact appendage lawmakers were hoping to target, inserting the Continue reading Three Words Killed Hands-Free Driving Bill in Virginia
The 2019 General Assembly Session produced a stark contrast for Virginia. The controversies of the Democratic statewide office holders have led to chaos and embarrassment for our state. On the other hand, the Republican-led General Assembly has delivered leadership and Continue reading Chaos and Embarrassment vs. Leadership and Results
The Virginia House of Delegates adjourned sine die on Sunday, concluding an overwhelmingly successful 2019 General Assembly session. The House of Delegates passed a $1 billion tax relief package, balanced the budget without raising taxes, advanced over a dozen measures Continue reading 2019 General Assembly Adjourned for This Session
Press release from Delegate Tim Hugo’s Office FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 20, 2019 Contact: Nadia Elgendy (804) 698-1040 Delegate Hugo’s Opioid Crisis Bill Passes Senate Richmond, VA – On February 20th, HB 2528 (“Amanda’s Law”) introduced by Delegate Tim Hugo (R-40) Continue reading Delegate Hugo’s Opioid Crisis Bill Passes Senate
Legislation that has passed the House of Delegates and the Senate would create a seven-day window prior to an election in which voters could cast ballots in person without having to give an excuse. Under current law, voters have to Continue reading No-Excuse Absentee Voting Coming to VA in 2020
The ERA vote — It’s not over ’til it’s over! Efforts are underway to bring the vote to the floor of the House despite actions taken in committee. You can read the details in this article, and in this one.
Lawmakers want to spend more money on the Department of Elections, which lacks adequate staff and technology to perform some of its duties, according to a report by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission. The full story his here.
Delegate Tim Hugo introduced HB 2527, which was referred to the Senate Committee on Transportation. Many constituents have raised concerns about tolling the Fairfax and Prince William County Parkways, so I submitted legislation to prevent that. HB 2527 prohibits the imposition and collection Continue reading No Tolls in NOVA
“We will provide immediate tax relief to middle-class Virginians,” said Caucus Chairman Tim Hugo (R-Fairfax), the patron of House Bill 2529. “Our plan will allow taxpayers to itemize their state taxes regardless of how they file their federal return, increase the Continue reading Tax Relief Is On The Way!