Virginia Senate Republican Caucus

Senate Republicans in the News - March 25

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Wed, 2010-03-24 20:00 -- 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.

  • Multiple Senators
    • Gov. Bob McDonnell signs Virginia Health Care Freedom - Governor Bob McDonnell (R) signed Virginia’s opposition to the Democratically led federal health care reform bill Wednesday afternoon.
    • Governor McDonnell Signs Virginia Healthcare Freedom Act LegislationTwin County News - McDonnell: "There are fiscally responsible ways by which we can reform healthcare and expand quality coverage that do not involve the forcing of unfunded and unprecedented mandates onto individuals and states, and the unsustainable growing of our national debt."
    • McDonnell signs Virginia Healthcare Freedom ActBearing Drift - Gov. Bob McDonnell reminded everyone today who enacts law in the Commonwealth of Virginia when he ceremonially signed Virginia’s Health Care Freedom Act, setting up a challenge between the commonwealth and the Federal government.
    • McDonnell Signs Virginia Healthcare Freedom Act LegislationAppomattox News - Governor Bob McDonnell signed the Virginia Healthcare Freedom Act in a mid-afternoon ceremony today in Richmond.
    • Gov. signs law blocking health - Calling the national healthcare bill a historic, unfunded mandate that could add $1 billion to Virginia's budget by 2022, Governor Bob McDonnell signed the Virginia Healthcare Freedom Act Wednesday, a measure to block the national bill.
    • Va. Democrats demand info on health care challengeThe Virginian-Pilot - Virginia Democrats want to know how much time, money and other resources Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is spending on a lawsuit that seeks to block implementation of a federal health care reform law.
  • Senator Frank Ruff and Senator Steve Newman
  • Senator Mark Obenshain
    • Funding for SRI to Be - SRI International is expected to be a major driver of economic development in the Valley, but the non-profit research firm's development could be slowed due to Virginia's budget woes.
    • Comer Selected To Lead Page GOPPage News and Courier - Inside the Circuit Courtroom at the Page County Courthouse, members of the Page County Republican Party gathered last week to select its new leadership.
  • Senator Ralph Smith