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Mega Budget, Bad Laws, Drag Queens, and Hair Discrimination

Dear Friends,

As we look forward to the 2020 Session of the Virginia General Assembly, please pray for our Commonwealth. Here are a few updates on issues which may be of interest to you:

  • 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Resolutions
  • Parental Rights - Vaccinations
  • Loudoun Schools fundraising for the LGBT extremists supported by your tax dollars
  • Bad Budget Proposals from Gov. Northam
  • More bad bills filed - by category

2nd Amendment Sanctuary Resolutions

As the Virginia Democrats move toward dismantling the foundations of liberty which were birthed in Virginia, patriotic citizens are not retreating. Check out this video of one patriotic Virginian sharing her concerns with her local elected officials.... I encourage everyone who can to attend VCDL Lobby Day on January 20th- more info here.

Parental Rights - Vaccinations

Virginia, there is a pre-filed bill on the table that will emancipate children to make medical decisions regarding vaccinations without parental consent.

However you feel about vaccines, this is about parental rights.

The government is trying to come in between parents and their children. We have the right to have input on our children’s medical care. This is a complete overstep. No one knows children better than their parents do. More information is available here....


Loudoun Schools Fundraising for the LGBT Extremists

If you are the old-fashioned type like me, when you think of schools, you think of academics and maybe sports. Fast forward to today. Taking a look at the category of :


The hideous and often demonic-looking misfits called Drag Queens, who have recently found a niche in kid’s story hours in public libraries (funded with tax dollars), are the featured entertainment in a fundraising event hosted at Northern Virginia Community College (also funded with tax dollars). The proceeds of all this will go to DC Pride, an organization that promotes preferential treatment for sexually deviant activity (in schools funded with our tax dollars).

Promotional emails advertising for this Drag Queen fundraising event were sent out to parents of Loudoun Public School Parents through the school email network, (also funded with your tax dollars).

Parent and Child Loudoun will be meeting on January 13th; topics include: Drag Queen Fundraiser, Chromebooks, Diversity Books, Impact of Policy 1040, Family Life Education and hear from newly elected LCPS School Board Member, John Beatty! Light refreshments will be served.

Bad Budget Proposals from Gov. Northam

Info from Conservative Legislative Information Council of Virginia


  • INTERNET TAXES - much more than anticipated is being collected.
  • SWEEP & KEEP $360 million in taxpayer relief from the Trump tax cut. These funds will not be returned to Virginia Tax payers. 
  • NEW TAX ON ELECTRONIC GAMES OF SKILL [slot machines] Another tax windfall estimated $125 million, earmarked for schools.


  • GAS TAX INCREASE (for transportation infrastructure - no proposed lock box for funds).
  • CIGARETTE TAX - increased 30 cents per pack - to create state-run healthcare reinsurance fund replacing an Obamacare provision that was repealed.
  • Work toward a future 'TRACK and TAX' on DRIVERS - miles traveled user fee.
  • Eliminates Taxpayer Relief Fund created just months ago.


  • $1.2 billion in education. One of the largest new investments in K-12 ever proposed in Virginia.
  • $145 million tuition-free community college grant program.
  • $733 million for climate change, environment, Chesapeake Bay.
  • $92 million in new funding to address housing affordability, eviction rates, and supportive housing.
  • $94.8 million in new funding for early childhood education.
  • $22 million to combat maternal and infant mortality and reduce the racial disparity in Virginia’s maternal mortality rate.
  • $200 million slush fund for the General Assembly.


More Bad Bills Filed:

Doing a quick overview of these was as much fun as sticking a fork in an outlet…with wet hands. They fall into a few obvious categories.

1.    Infringing on the rights of gun owners, ie. forced registration, random restriction of places where guns are allowed, prohibiting guns where they are necessary for security, etc.

  • HB 2 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty.
  • HB 9 Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty.
  • HB 72 Children; allowing access to firearms by children; recklessly leaving loaded, unsecured firearm.
  • HB 78 Firearms; purchase, possession, and transporting following certain convictions.
  • HB 142 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence.
  • SB 12 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty.
  • SB 13 Capitol Square; possessing or transporting a weapon within Square, penalty.
  • SB 14 Trigger activators; prohibition, penalty.
  • SB 15 Weapons; carrying into building owned or leased by the Commonwealth, penalty.
  • SB 16 Assault firearms and certain firearm magazines; prohibiting sale, transport, etc., penalties.
  • SB 18 Firearms; criminal history record information checks, age requirement, penalty.
  • SB 22 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • SB 35 Firearms, etc.; permitted events.
  • SB 51 Carrying a concealed handgun; consumption of alcohol in a public park, penalty.
  • SB 67 Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty.
  • SB 69 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • SB 70 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information check, penalty.
  • SB 71 Firearms; possession on school property.
  • SB 75 Minors; allowing access to firearms, penalty.
  • SB 76 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty.

2.    Forcing preferential treatment of LGBT folks on the basis of their sexual preferences, ie. housing law, and on the basis of hair (SB50)

  • HB 3 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc.
  • HB 6 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB 7 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB 21 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • HB 23 Public employment and housing; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • HB 145 Public elementary and secondary schools; treatment of transgender students, policies.
  • HJ 1 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • SB 17 Same-sex marriages; civil unions.
  • SB 39 Same-sex marriages; civil unions.
  • SB 50 Virginia Human Rights Act; racial discrimination, hair.
  • SB 66 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc.
  • SB 159 Public employment; prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • SJ 1 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • SJ 3 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • SJ 5 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • SJ 7 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).

3.    Corrupting the integrity of the vote.

  • HB 1 Absentee voting; no excuse required.
  • HB 18 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person voting, applicability date.
  • HB 19 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • HB 25 Absentee voting; no excuse required.
  • HB 26 Voter registration; close of registration records.
  • SB 43 Absentee voting; prohibiting release of absentee voter applicant list.
  • SB 45 Absentee voting; no excuse required.
  • SB 46 Absentee voting; application form contents.
  • SB 65 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • SB 74 Election day voter registration; State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program, report.
  • SB 92 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older.
  • SB 111 Absentee voting; no excuse required.
  • SB 113 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • SB 123 Voter identification; expiration date of Virginia driver's license not considered.
  • SB 137 Absentee voting; early voting in person without an excuse.
  • SJ 8 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote.

4.    Eco-extremists are setting goals to phase out fossil fuels and commit vast amounts of resources to feel-good energy at the expense of electric consumers, drivers and just about everyone. Virginia's State Corporation Commission found that the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a regional carbon tax scheme that charges utilities for the right to emit gasses like carbon dioxide, would cost Virginians $5.9 billion over 10 years, raising residential power bills by 10 percent.

RGGI has little, if any, impact on overall carbon emissions, according to the Congressional Research Service (CRS). "From a practical standpoint, the RGGI program’s contribution to directly reducing the global accumulation of GHG [Green House Gas] emissions in the atmosphere is arguably negligible," CRS wrote, noting that the program's impact is more political than environmental.

  • HB 20 Va. Alternative Energy & Coastal Protection Act; DEQ to implement final carbon trading regulation.
  • HB 22 Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund; grant program.
  • HB 24 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2020; established, report.
  • HB 75 Electric utilities; electric school bus pilot program.
  • HB 76 Statute of limitations on written contract; missing persons declared dead, executor of estate.
  • HB 77 Green New Deal Act; fossil fuel projects moratorium, clean energy mandates, civil penalties.
  • HB 110 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; trading allowance reserve account, etc.
  • SB 11 Disposable paper and plastic bags; local taxation per bag when provided to consumers.
  • SB 26 Plastic bags; tax in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
  • SB 94 Virginia Energy Plan; relating to the Commonwealth Energy Policy.

5. Abortion for minor children, repeal ultrasound before abortion, spare the rod, state-authorized gambling, revoke parent’s rights for immunizations

  • SB 21 Abortion; parental consent requirement, ultrasound requirement, hospital regulations.
  • SB 32 Corporal punishment of a child with an object; penalty.
  • SB 36 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming.
  • SB 68 Provision of abortion; ultrasound requirement.
  • SB 102 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming.
  • SB 104 Vaccinations and immunizations; certain minors given authority to consent.
  • SJ 2 Constitutional amendment; personal reproductive liberty (first reference).

A full list of legislation introduced so far is available here.


Merry Christmas From the LaRock Family!

I'm looking forward to spending the next few days with family, celebrating God's greatest gift, his Son who came to Earth to be our Savior. I hope you are able to relax and enjoy time with family and friends. Thank you for the honor and privilege you have entrusted me with in allowing me to serve as your elected State Delegate.´╗┐



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