“A number of new laws went into effect on Jan. 1. I believe the most critical measure is the ban on holding a personal electronic device while driving. Simply put – no texting and driving; no looking for phone numbers; no reading emails while driving.”
Author: Dick Saslaw
As President-elect Biden aptly put it, there were over a quarter of a million empty seats at the Thanksgiving dinner table.
This calendar year is turning out to be one of the most unusual of my lifetime and likely yours.
Sadly, the leadership coming out of Washington leaves much to be desired. Denial and defiance are not cures for Coronavirus.
Although Virginia has been thoughtfully managing the pandemic, Coronavirus is still among us.
We are roughly three months away from the most consequential election of our lifetime. While that phrase seems trite, make no mistake this is not “fake news.”
2020 will go down in history as one of the most productive legislative sessions.
That we are living in unprecedented times, is an understatement.
Northern Virginia is feeling the impact of coronavirus both in the physical cost of those sickened and lives lost, as well as economic costs.
One month ago, Virginia legislators were wrapping up a historic General Assembly session.