Friday, February 24, 2012

David albo

  • Virginias controversial transvaginal ultrasound bill hit one Republican lawmaker close to home. In the bedroom, to be precise. He said a fellow lawmakers television discussion of the bill cost him sex with his wife. State Del.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Del. David B. Albo, R-Fairfax, who sponsored the substitute that passed in the House 65-32, said the changes were a result of a meeting between McDonnell, his staff and members from the House.
  • (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Delegate David Albo, who introduced the legislation, said they specifically made sure that restaurants wouldn't be able to send out email blasts.
  • (WTVR-TV)
  • But Republicans in the House Courts of Justice Committee, including the chairman, Del. David B.
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  • Del. David B. Albo, R-Fairfax, joined in the opposition, noting that the so-called Castle Doctrine has been common law in Virginia for more than 400 years.
  • (Lynchburg News and Advance)
  • After the rally, members of the group went to the nearby legislative offices. A top priority was the office of Delegate David Albo. Albo has authored many of the contested immigrant bills in session after session. In a heated debated with Albos Legislative aide.
  • (Examiner)
  • Delegate David B. Albo, Fairfax Republican, offered a substitute bill at the request of Mr. McDonnell that would give the woman the option of undergoing that procedure if one is deemed necessary.
  • (Washington Times)
  • Del. David Albo, R-Fairfax County, offered a substitute for SB484 that he said he helped craft at McDonnells request.
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  • 4.36pm: Probably the weirdest political speech of well, this year but most years, comes from Republican representative David Albo of Fairfax in the Virginia chamber.
  • (The Guardian)
  • It cleared the Senate on Tuesday, 26-14, but a similar proposal — House Bill 899, sponsored by Delegate David Albo, D-Fairfax — was rejected in committee.
  • (Loudoun

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