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Topic - Chap Petersen
Lawmakers in Virginia are under fire for a bill they say curbs powers of homeowners associations, as those opposed to the measure claim it does the exact opposite and could even lead to homeowners losing their electricity for infractions.
Actress, author and animal-rights activist Pamela Anderson could be making an appearance in Richmond next week — if the sponsor of a state bill intended to curb puppy trafficking has his way.
Fairfax Democratic Sen. Chap Petersen said the caucus had no plans to introduce legislation or take other official acts, but was a way for state lawmakers to show support for the team.
State Sen. Chap Petersen, Fairfax Democrat, told radio show host John Fredericks earlier this week that he "could neither confirm nor deny" rumors that Ms. Anderson, former star of the TV show "Baywatch," might be appearing on behalf of his bill.