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DEMOCRATS FILE LEGISLATION TO REPEAL JIM CROW LAWS

January 12, 2018Press Release

Media Contact: Thomas Bowman

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PAUL KRIZEK FILES BILL TO REPEAL COMSTOCK'S ANTI-LABOR LEGISLATION

November 21, 2017Press Release

MEDIA CONTACT: Thomas Bowman
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***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE***

 

PAUL KRIZEK FILES BILL TO REPEAL COMSTOCK'S ANTI-LABOR LEGISLATION

 

Mount Vernon, VA--Delegate Paul Krizek (D-44) announced legislation today to repeal a Republican anti-worker measure patroned by then Delegate Barbara Comstock in 2012 that prohibits the use of Private Labor Agreements (PLAs) on state contracts. 

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Mandatory Seat Belt Law Proposed for All Vehicle Occupants in Virginia

July 27, 2017News ClipIdea for the seat belt bill came from a West Potomac High student, says Del. Paul Krizek, who is introducing the bill.

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA -- Mount Vernon area Del. Paul Krizek (D-44th) has introduced a bill to require all occupants of a motor vehicle to utilize safety restraints. Current law requires safety belt use only by occupants under the age of 18, drivers, and front-seat passengers, his office said in a news release Tuesday.

The General Assembly will convene Jan. 11 in Richmond for a short session.

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Commentary: Health Bill Horror

July 3, 2017News Clip

The U.S. Senate GOP released their own Health Care bill last week, called the (ACHA). While at the time of this writing, the Congressional Budget Office has yet to score the bill, our state agencies have already analyzed it and assessed its impact on the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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West Potomac Graduates Bid Farewell

June 29, 2017News Clip

Mount Vernon — It’s on to another chapter in the lives of West Potomac High School graduates, 

as they crossed the stage at George Mason University on June 21, with smiles and waves as family and friends looked on.

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