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GENERAL ASSEMBLY

STATE SEN. JOHN MILLER'S FILES SUBPOENAED IN FEDERAL PROBE

By JULIAN WALKER
Virginian-Pilot 11/13/2012 (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

It appears a federal inquiry linked to a law that gave a tax break to a Newport News aviation company that later hired a state senator isn't over. In September, the state Division of Legislative Services was ordered to turn over documents to federal agents investigating the law change granting tax exemptions to the firm. The demand for documents, sought under a grand jury subpoena and obtained from an open records request, doesn't specifically mention state Sen. John Miller, but every legislative measure it sought records on - it lists 37 bills filed between 2008 and this year - was sponsored by Miller.

VaNews Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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