One in Eight drivers are Uninsured Motorists

Data from the Insurance Research Council indicates that nationwide one in eight drivers are driving without insurance. In Virginia there are nearly one in ten drivers driving uninsured. This is bad news for insured drivers. Luckily in Virginia your insurance policy automatically covers you for bodily injury caused by uninsured drivers in a car accident..

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My First Job

My first job was running a newspaper route at age 13. Up at 5am, seven days a week! I began my first real job when I was 13. I had a newspaper route for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, which was published seven days a week. I had made money before that by selling clothes pin holders that my

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Filibustering for the Greater Good

Watching a legislative body set up new legislative districts in conformity to new Census date is a sight to behold. The main concern is not to be fair or to set up districts with compatible interest, or any other positive motive; the concern is self-preservation and self-preservation alone. In 1982, the Virginia House of Delegates

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My controversial 1980 vote in favor of Martin Luther King, Jr Day.

As hard as it may seem now, back in 1980 when I was a member of the Virginia General Assembly a bill was introduced to add Martin Luther King, Jr. to those honored on the third Monday of January each year. Virginia honored Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on that day back then. Feelings ran high and

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Finding the Common Ground

When I first ran for the Virginia House of Delegates I was relatively unknown in my district. My wife had been born and raised in the district but I had lived there for only a few years. My district was a multi-Member district that would elect two Delegates. There were five candidates. The District was large geographically, covering

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