Friday, February 04, 2011

Earlier school year bill advances
Roanoke Times
The 72-26 vote in the House was a victory for Cleaveland, R-Botetourt County, who has worked for more than a year to build support for the legislation and ...


 Former police chief's license suspended in DUI, refusal case
Franklin News Post
The DUI charge was dropped (nolle prossed) through a plea agreement with the prosecutor, Botetourt County Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney John Alexander. ...


General Assembly update: House passes Labor Day school bill
Roanoke Times
Bill Cleaveland, R-Botetourt County, who has worked for more than a year to build support for the legislation and to knock down arguments that have defeated ...


Several bills to put restrictions on abortion fail in Senate panel
The Virginian-Pilot
"It gives a woman the opportunity to make an informed choice," said Smith, R-Botetourt. He also sponsored a bill to make it a crime to force a woman to have ...


Census data likely to cost region a seat
Roanoke Times
Ralph Smith, R-Botetourt County, into a district with another GOP senator to force one out of office. Smith, whose district is close to the targeted size ...


 

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