Spanberger and Wexler Vote for Massive Spending Bill to Bail Out Biden’s Economy

Democrats have named their new tax-and-spend package the “Inflation Reduction Act,” but the party is battling economists who say the legislation won’t do anything to spare consumers from the rising cost of goods and services, and it could make things Continue reading Spanberger and Wexler Vote for Massive Spending Bill to Bail Out Biden’s Economy

New Laws in Virginia – Effective July 1

Several laws passed by the General Assembly and signed by the Governor went into effect on July 1, 2022. Below are links with concise summaries: https://www.vpap.org/visuals/visual/new-laws-in-effect-2022/ https://www.wric.com/news/virginia-news/list-new-laws-in-virginia-taking-effect-in-july-2022/ https://richmond.com/news/state-and-regional/govt-and-politics/every-little-bit-counts-new-va-budget-brings-tax-cuts-pay-raises/article_ab856854-a601-5c63-ac75-4c871134b89c.html  

Biden Administration Pursuing Questionable Tactics to Take Over Administration of Elections

The White House is refusing to share details about its coordinated efforts to engage in a federal takeover of election administration. President Biden really does not want the public to know about his federal takeover of election administration. Dozens of Continue reading Biden Administration Pursuing Questionable Tactics to Take Over Administration of Elections

Warnings in 2020 About Easing Academic Standards

Two years ago, The Washington Post editorially proclaimed “Virginia made a mistake by easing academic standards”, and warned of the coming consequences. On Thursday, Governor Glenn Youngkin’s Department of Education compiled and released those consequences in a report entitled Our Commitment to Virginians. According Continue reading Warnings in 2020 About Easing Academic Standards

PWC Board of Supervisors to Consider Rezoning 69 Acres Between Dumfries and Bristow

During its meeting Wednesday, the Prince William County Planning Commission recommended denial of a request to rezone 69 acres between Dumfries and Bristow roads from agricultural to planned mixed residential. There are concerns about modifications to lot size and buffer Continue reading PWC Board of Supervisors to Consider Rezoning 69 Acres Between Dumfries and Bristow