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Whatever It Takes! Virginians Rally for Common Sense Gun Laws

January 17, 2017Blog Post

Tuesday, Jan 17

Grieving relatives and steadfast advocates for common sense gun laws gathered in Capitol Square yesterday, in order to commemorate lost relatives and reaffirm their commitment to the cause.  

As our new Congressman Donald McEachin put it, "A moment of silence never saved anyone."  The corollary is that a prolonged outcry can. I will continue to support legislation which keeps guns out of the hands of those who shouldn't have them, but Republicans in Virginia don't like to hear this message.  

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Grant to Improve Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

November 21, 2016Blog Post

I'm proud to announce a grant from Virginia's Department of Criminal Justice Services to add 4 full-time and 2 part-time Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners at Inova Hospital. This will allow them to provide round-the-clock staffing and services for survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault in Northern Virginia. Along with many of my colleagues from around the region, I asked for this grant because so many victims had endured long waits or even diversions to hospitals in other regions. Sexual assaults do not come in regular patterns.

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Election Day

November 7, 2016Blog Post

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Reception w/Ralph Northam and Don Beyer

August 29, 2016Blog Post

Sunday, September 11 at Noon

Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam and Rep. Don Beyer Host Reception for Delegate Mark Levine

For details and to RSVP, click here.

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VA Governor Announces 60 New Jobs in the City of Alexandria

August 3, 2016News ClipGovernor Terry McAuliffe announced that 'The Motley Fool' will invest $5M to upgrade its facility and expand recruiting in Alexandria.

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that The Motley Fool, a multimedia financial-services company, will invest $5 million to upgrade its facility and expand recruitment efforts in the City of Alexandria. Virginia successfully competed against Washington, D.C., for the project, which will retain 282 jobs and create 60 new jobs.

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