Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe and State Sen. Mark Herring, candidate for attorney general of Virginia visited the McLean Metrorail Station, a new stop on the Silver Line on Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine today signed onto the Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act – legislation that would end the ban on prescription drug price negotiations for the government’s largest health care program.
Richard P. Bell, a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from Staunton, this morning addressed select high school students attending the 71st session of American Legion Boys State of Virginia being held this week at Radford University.
Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe today called on Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to recuse his office from all involvement in an ongoing royalty case in Southwest Virginia.
I have always maintained that the poor in Northern Virginia are worse off than others living in less affluent parts of the state because the cost of living is higher in this region. The difference can be seen most clearly in the cost of housing; and there have been many notable efforts on the part of local governments to increase the stock of workforce, affordable housing. The traffic coming into Northern Virginia from the west and south is made up largely of people who cannot afford housing in the area.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, a member of the Armed Services Committee, lauded on Friday important provisions he advocated for Virginia’s defense community that were included in the National Defense Authorization Act for FY2014.
U.S. Sens. Mark Warner (D-VA) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) today announced that the Senate Armed Services Committee has incorporated their proposals to strengthen military whistleblower protection laws to ensure that victims of sexual assault and other misconduct are protected from retaliation.
Sen. Tim Kaine joined a group of U.S. senators expressing concern about a recent decision by an Egyptian court to sentence critics of the new regime to jail.
Edward Snowden, like the tail gunner in Joseph Heller’s Catch 22, didn’t get to unpack his bags. The modern-day Snowden isn’t dead, not yet, unlike Heller’s Snowden of yesteryear, who died on his first mission. The Snowden of yesteryear was a victim of circumstance; Edward Snowden is the master of his, for now, anyway.