Newsletter from February 12th, 2019,
Greetings from Richmond! We’ve had a great first week of Crossover with over 1,000 bills passing over to the House and Senate.
In the 2019 Legislative Session, 17 bills that I introduced have successfully passed in the Senate and moved over to the House. This includes SB1737 Civil Relief; Furloughed Workers, which will provide needed relief for employees who have been affected by the partial government shutdown.
Newsletter from February 6th, 2019,
Greetings from Richmond! The fourth week of session hit the ground running after the successful passage of multiple bills last week.
Newsletter from January 27th, 2019,
Greetings from Richmond! The third week of session started off with some great constituents and visitors coming by.
Newsletter from January 24, 2019,
Greetings from Richmond! The second week of session started off with visits from constituents and organizations in and around the Prince William area. Some of the legislation that moved forward last week were SB 1171; local special events licenses, and SB 1174; exemption for security canine handlers.
Newsletter from January 16th, 2019
Virginia and Transurban Sign Agreements to Invest More Than $1 Billion in Northern Virginia Transportation
Governor Ralph Northam announced today that the Commonwealth of Virginia has signed agreements with private partner Transurban to deliver critical transportation solutions along Interstate 95 (I-95), including the Occoquan Auxiliary Lane.
My office is now accepting applications for the 2019 class of the Greater Prince William Young Leaders Program.
The Greater Prince William Young Leaders Program will afford six to eight exceptional high school juniors and seniors from the 29th Senate District the opportunity to travel to Richmond during the General Assembly Session and learn about leadership and the legislative process.
Potential activites may include:
I just got off a conference call with Governor Northam and the Va Department of Emergency Management (VDEM) regarding Hurricane Florence, which is now a Category 4 storm. On Tuesday, Governor Northam called a state of emergency, mobilized the Virginia National Guard, and ordered the evacuation of 275,000 residents of Hampton Roads (Zone A). The storm has now turned south, so the brunt of the impacts will be felt in North and South Carolina. Virginia remains poised to assist and offer aid to the Carolinas as needed.
CALLING ALL INTERNS!
Senator Jeremy McPike’s office is looking for hardworking and creative interns in either high school or college to assist with political, legislative, and communications tasks through the summer of 2018.
Some assignments may require independent work that can be done from home, but most will occur at meeting locations in the Prince William or Manassas area.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Here is a listing of some of our legislative accomplishments, organized by topic, from this past General Assembly session.
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