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When President Obama arrived in Virginia on Sunday to campaign for Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, his 21-minute speech was notable for what the president couldn't say. There was no mention at all of Obamacare, his supposed "signature" achievement, and he made only passing mention of his campaign to expand Medicaid in Virginia. He couldn't bring attention to the millions who face losing their health coverage, or why come to Virginia in the first place? He certainly didn't want to bring attention to what Kathleen Murphy had said about health care two nights earlier.
Virginia Del. David L. Englin, Alexandria Democrat, announced Monday night that he will not run for a fifth term in the Virginia House of Delegates, saying he was leaving political life to focus on rebuilding his marriage after having an extramarital affair.
As Virginia's ultrasound bill, signed Wednesday by Gov. Bob Mc- Donnell, takes its place in the law books, legislators deserve praise for dealing proactively with the vast array of misinformation and outright lies propagated by the bill's opponents and their allies in the media. But if the final debate in the Virginia House of Delegates is any indication, some abortion proponents will stop at nothing to advance their agenda.
The Virginia House of Delegates approved legislation Tuesday that would define life as beginning at conception, setting up a potential clash in the state Senate and another high-stakes battle over a measure that has been beaten back elsewhere in the country in recent years.
The Virginia House of Delegates on Monday gave preliminary approval to a so-called "personhood" measure defining life as beginning at conception, perhaps the most far-reaching proposed measure on abortion introduced thus far during the 2012 General Assembly session.
Kent Clizbe has a warning for voters in the primary Tuesday to fill the Virginia House of Delegates' newly created 87th District seat in Loudoun County: Caveat emptor - let the buyer or, in this case, the electorate, beware.