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Friday, May 4, 2018 1:47 PM

LaRock Votes Against Wasting I-66 Toll Revenues

Last night, Del. Dave LaRock was the only Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) member to vote against the plan to spend I-66 Inside-the-Beltway toll revenues. The NVTC voted to fund 15 projects, including two projects which scored only 8/100 and 13/100 on the total benefit criteria set by the NVTC, $400,000 to “manage” the program, over $500,000 for bike racks and bike sharing, and $750,000 in “outreach” propaganda to try to convince people to use transit.

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Friday, April 20, 2018 6:23 PM

LaRock Appointed to Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability

House Speaker Kirk Cox has announced his appointment of Delegate Dave LaRock to serve on the Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability. Del. Dave LaRock said, “This additional role will allow me to provide further oversight to ensure that transportation agencies and funds are used to best meet the needs of our Commonwealth. Under Republican leadership, we have made great progress reforming transportation in the Commonwealth, and I look forward to further improvements.”

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018 4:51 PM

Gov. Northam Vetoes LaRock’s Election Integrity Bill

Yesterday, Gov. Ralph Northam vetoed Del. LaRock’s HB 1167, a bill to allow greater efficiency in voter roll maintenance. The Governor’s veto statement, however, shows that he was either misled as to the bill’s effect, or is trying to make it difficult and time-consuming for local registrars to clean up voter rolls. The vetoed legislation was supported by the Voter Registrars Association of Virginia.

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Monday, March 12, 2018 1:24 PM

Metro Siphons Off Road Monies, Medicaid Expansion Budget Rejected, Many Good Bills Pass

The House of Delegates adjourned sine die Saturday, but without an agreement on a new two-year state budget. The House of Delegates passed a resolution Friday, applying to Governor Ralph Northam to convene a Special Session of the General Assembly to continue work on the budget.

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Monday, March 5, 2018 12:54 PM

33rd District Update: One Week Left...

As we enter the the final week of the 2018 legislative session, I'm amazed by how quickly time has passed. The General Assembly descended on Richmond during January's bitterly cold winter weather. Now, as we look toward adjournment, the trees are blooming and spring is just around the corner. I'm continuing to represent the interests of 33rd District residents as we finalize action on my legislation and all the other bills. Yet-to-be-determined is whether the House and Senate will be able to come to agreement on the budget, before our scheduled adjournment this Saturday. Read more here...

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