Virginia Senate Republican Caucus

Senate Republicans in the News - Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2010

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Wed, 2010-12-01 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 Emmett Hanger
  • Senator Tommy Norment
  • Senator Mark Obenshain
    • Repeal Amendment Gives Power Back to - Lawmakers held a meeting Tuesday afternoon in Washington, D.C. to discuss the idea that the federal government is too big.
    • Big Budget Hole Looming in 2011Freedom & Prosperity Radio - Senator Mark Obenshain discusses the recent Senate Finance Committee retreat and the challenges facing Virginia in the coming years.
  • Senator Frank Ruff
    • McDonnell eyes tougher leash on leaf - Following last week’s sentencing of a Tobacco Commission grant recipient who pled guilty to defrauding the commission of $4 million, Gov. Bob McDonnell has hinted that the commission may need stronger oversight.
  • Senator Richard Stuart
    • Keeping the Neck togetherNorthern Neck News - With redistricting as a result of the 2010 census looming in the next session of Virginia's General Assembly, the Northern Neck's delegate, Albert C. Pollard, Jr (D-Lancaster), is taking preemptive steps to keep the four lower counties of the Northern Neck in the same legislative districts.
  • Senator Jill Vogel
    • All Eyes on Lawmakers at Legislative - All eyes are on state lawmakers particularly in the business community because of the challenges facing the state
    • State reps: Big government to be kept at - With the economy in Virginia faring better than most states, and a growing resentment among conservatives over the long arm of the federal government, the Northern Shenandoah Valley's General Assembly delegation vowed Wednesday to continue to do its part to keep taxes low, not overregulate industry, create incentives for companies to locate or expand in the commonwealth, and fund areas vital to commerce such as education and transportation.
  • Senator William Wampler, Jr.