Virginia Senate Republican Caucus

Senate Republicans in the News - January 28-31, 2011

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Sun, 2011-01-30 19:00 -- ajohnston

The following are articles from newspapers, blogs, and other news sources throughout the Commonwealth and the country featuring members of the Virginia Senate Republican Caucus. 

  • Senator Harry Blevins
  • Senator Emmett Hanger
  • Senator Steve Martin
  • Senator Ryan McDougle
    • Dam-safety legislation proposedThe News & Advance – Any place there's a lake in Virginia, there's something holding back the water.
    • Politics Chat: Jeff Schapiro and Sen. Ryan McDougleRichmond Times-Dispatch - Jeff Schapiro, Times-Dispatch political columnist, chats with Sen. Ryan McDougle on his legislative agenda, which includes the so-called repeal amendment and an amendment to include the right-to-work law in the Virginia Constitution.
  • Senator Jeff McWaters
    • McWaters Floor Speech January 26, - Senator McWaters' floor speech regarding the Democrats disregard for Senate Rules during Tuesday's Privileges and Elections committee meeting.
  • Senator Tommy Norment
  • Senator Mark Obenshain
  • Senator Ralph Smith
  • Senator Walter Stosch
    • Sen. Walter Stosch Patrons State Inspector General - Senator Walter Stosch, R-Glen Allen, announced that he is sponsoring SB 1477, a bill which establishes the Office of the Inspector General to investigate complaints alleging fraud, waste, abuse, corruption or mistreatment of citizens of the Commonwealth by a state agency or public officers and employees.
  • Senator Richard Stuart
    • STAFFORD MAY JOIN - Stafford County is interested in joining the George Washington Toll Road Authority.
    • Beautiful - THE PLUSH green lawn on the quarter-acre suburban lot has become an American standard, a symbol of the good life, a source of pride for the homeowner--even a requirement set by some neighborhood homeowners associations.
  • Senator Jill Vogel
    • Vogel deputy whip for Senate - Sen. Jill Holtzman Vogel, R-Upperville, has been named deputy whip for the Senate Republican Caucus.
    • Assembly Eyes Job Growth StrategiesLeesburg Today - Senate Democrats say Virginia should spur small business growth and workforce training this year to help put more Virginians back to work.
  • Senator Frank Wagner
    • Third Crossing legislation advancesThe Virginian-Pilot - The long discussed Third Crossing project has a new name -- Patriot Crossing, as the Pilot's Debbie Messina reported -- and perhaps a new lease on life after its scope has been revised.
    • Va county group opposes renewable energy - The Virginia Association of Counties is urging localities to oppose a renewable energy bill under consideration in the General Assembly.