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Del. Sam Nixon'sHB 523, which provides capital gains tax relief for investments in science and biotech startups.
Del. Jim LeMunyon's HB 792, which makes relocating to Virginia easier for businesses by providing temporary licenses to employees in regulated professions who already hold the equivalent license in another state.
Del. Joe May'sHB 677, which established biotech research performance grants to spur development in that field.
RICHMOND, VA - By a vote of 59 to 34, the Virginia House of Delegates today voted to pass and send to the Senate of Virginia House Joint Resolution 542, commonly known as the "Repeal Amendment." This vote is one of the earliest victories for the Repeal Amendment, a nation-wide effort championed in the Commonwealth by Speaker William J. Howell (R-Stafford) and Delegate James M. LeMunyon (R-Fairfax). Speaker Howell was the first state lawmaker in the country to offer his support for this legislative initiative calling for a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Repeal Amendment is gaining additional attention and support not just in Virginia but in many other state legislatures.
Delegate Tom Gear (R-Hampton), resigned, effective today, from the House of Delegates, creating a vacancy in District 91. The Caucus wishes Delegate Gear the best as he continues to deal with Multiple Sclerosis and supports close family members suffering from major illnesses. The Daily Press has coverage of Delegate Gear's career of public service. Because
Speaker Howell has announced plans for the Caucus to entertain guests at the RPV's 27th Annual Donald W. Huffman Advance in Suite 937 of the McLean Hilton on Friday, November 19, at 9 pm. On Saturday, November 20, at 4 pm, Caucus Chairman Tim Hugo and Barbara Comstock will join colleagues from the Virginia Senate
Del. Ron Villanueva (R-Virgiia Beach) will support Governor Bob McDonnell's efforts to increase state contracts with small, woman, and minority-owned businesses as part of the newly-appointed Governor's Supplier Diversity Advisory Board. In addition to serving in the House, Del. Villanueva is executive vice president at SEK Solutions, a growing small business headquartered in Virginia Beach.
Catch Speaker Howell's interview on WRVA's Jimmy Barrett show. Filling in for Jimmy, guest host Congressman Randy Forbes and the Speaker discussed the lessons Washington can learn from Virginia: The no-tax-increase way from a $4.2 Billion deficit to a balanced budget How to foster a pro-business, pro-jobs economy As well as the sure-fire method to
In today's special elections, Tony Wilt and Roxann Robinson were elected to fill the two vacancies in the House of Delegates, returning the Caucus to 61 members. The State Board of Elections has the unofficial returns at its website: HD 26: Wilt Defeats Degner HD 27: Robinson Defeats Brown Delegate-elect Wilt will represent the 26th
With House District 27 Republicans' selection of Roxann Robinson as their nominee, the GOP line up for the two June 15 special elections is set. Robinson, who will run in Chesterfield's HD 27, joins Tony Wilt, nominee in HD 26, as the Republican ticket for June 15. The special elections were called to fill vacancies
Today, Governor Bob McDonnell announced the members of his Commission on Government Reform and Restructuring (see press release). Speaker Howell and Delegates G. Glenn Oder (Newport News) and Lee Ware (Powhatan) will serve on the Commission, chaired by Fred Malek, founder and chairman of Thayer Capital Partners in executing the charge the Governor has set
Speaker Howell led the way in passing bond authority in 2007 to enhance Virginia's transportation infrastructure. Today, Governor McDonnell authorized the sale of $500 million in bonds this May as the first part of a six-year, $2.2 billion program to support projects throughout the Commonwealth. Check out details in the Governor's press release. Be Sociable,
Richmond, VA (April 21, 2010)--Today, the Virginia House Republican Caucus voted unanimously to elect Delegate Timothy D. Hugo (R-Fairfax) to serve as the Republican Caucus Chairman. The position, previously held by former Delegate Sam Nixon, was left vacant when Nixon resigned to become Chief Information Officer of the Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA). “As recognized