Tag Archives: Virginia

Activist AGs Gone Wild!

It shouldn’t have come as a surprise that our new Attorney General was going to be an unrepentant activist, after stating on the record that he intended to “transform” the office as a “platform for long-term reform.” What did everyone … Continue reading

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Governor McDonnell, end your silence

Here is the text of the letter from Equality Virginia: March 6, 2010 The Honorable Robert F. McDonnell Governor of Virginia P.O. Box 1475 Richmond, VA 23218 Dear Governor McDonnell: I write to ask you to end your silence, and … Continue reading

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Congratulations, DC!

Our word for the day is: Arbitrary. If you happen to live on the north side of the Potomac River, we join you on this day in celebration of equality, justice and religious freedom. DC couples started lining up outside … Continue reading

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“Discrimination is wrong, and we need to say so,” no exceptions

SB 66, the state employment nondiscrimination bill, is being heard in subcommittee today at 5:00 pm. Please contact the committee members and let them know that there is no excuse – none – for opposing this. Cosgrove (Chairman), Carrico, Scott, … Continue reading

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SB 66 State employment; discrimination prohibited.

I’ve been astounded by those local commentators who erroneously insist that “Virginia law already protects everyone” from discrimination, and that therefore the Loudoun board action was redundant. The fact that SB 66 is being heard in committee today would seem … Continue reading

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Wasting time with Bob Marshall

I don’t know why he called me back. Either he had the time to waste, or he felt the need to waste my time, which could have been better spent in Bible study: So teach us to number our days, … Continue reading

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Good for Virginia, good for Republicans

This is great news. Delegate Tom Rust (R-86) has introduced a bill (HB 1726) that would permit “coverage under a group life insurance policy to be extended to insure any class of persons as may mutually be agreed upon by … Continue reading

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