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Illegal immigration bills likely to advance

By WESLEY P. HESTER , Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

Without the Democrat-controlled Senate that has stopped it in years past, legislation aimed at cracking down on illegal immigrants in Virginia has begun its path through the General Assembly.

VaNews February 10, 2012


Lawmakers receive committee spots

By KEITH WALKER, News Messenger

Legislators received their marching orders Wednesday following the opening of the Virginia General Assembly. Speaker of the House William J. Howell, R-28th, announced committee appointments, and Prince William delegates will represent the county on 12 of 14 committees.

VaNews January 14, 2012


State, local groups host candidates' forum in Woodbridge

By KEITH WALKER, News Messenger

State legislators and candidates met for a couple of hours Saturday in a friendly forum hosted by St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Woodbridge. Questions from moderator John Horejsi, the coordinator for Social Action Linking Together, or SALT, centered around business subsidies, education, predatory lending and other subjects. Participation on the panel was fluid, with some candidates leaving early while others arrived late. Most were around long enough to contribute at least some of their thoughts during the forum sponsored by Virginia Organizing, Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizers, Prince William Education Association and Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants along with SALT.

VaNews September 19, 2011