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SENATE DEMOCRATS RELEASE STATEMENTS ON PROGRESS OF THE 2020 SPECIAL SESSION - Virginia Senate Democratic CaucusVIRGINIA SENATE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS HOME ABOUT OUR SENATORS NEWS CONTACT SIGN UP ABSENTEE VOTING NEWS [DATE REMOVED] SENATE DEMOCRATS RELEASE STATEMENTS ON PROGRESS OF THE 2020 SPECIAL SESSION RICHMOND - To date, Senate democrats accomplished many of its goals shared on [DATE REMOVED]. In addition to the justice and equity proposals, funding has been allocated for broadband access, health and human resources, and COVID-19 relief while maintaining structural balance. Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw (D-Fairfax), Senate Democratic Caucus Chair Mamie E. Locke (D-Hampton), and Senator Scott Surovell (D-Mount Vernon), issued the following statements: Said Dick Saslaw: “The pandemic has touched our lives in many ways and Virginians have been bravely fighting this insidious disease since [DATE REMOVED]. The special session was called to address the current social and economic challenges faced by the Commonwealth. With Governor Northam, we have led the fight for Virginians health, well-being and economic opportunity. We have led on long overdue criminal justice reform.” Said Mamie Locke: "Virginia is now a more equitable place, thanks to the legislative work during the special session. For decades, the cries for fairness and justice have rung, but the outcries following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbury, and Breonna Taylor were ones that we could no longer ignore. Senate Democrats came into the special session to restore justice within a broken justice system and to address some of the issues of policing, especially as it pertains to Black and Brown Virginians. I am proud of everything that we have accomplished, and there is still more to come." Said Scott Surovell, “I was honored to help lead our caucus as we worked for many, many months on justice reform proposals. We spent hundreds of hours turning ideas into policy having worked with advocates, activists, lawyers, various law enforcement agencies, citizen groups and other concerned citizens. The legislation passed will make Virginia's law enforcement a stronger, more professional, and trusted community partner. Virginia is leading the way in the United States on justice reform.”  ### GET THE LATEST NEWS AND INFORMATION LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SENATORS FOLLOW ON YOUTUBE » GET EMAIL UPDATES FROM FACEBOOK HOME ABOUT OUR SENATORS NEWS CONTACT SIGN UP ABSENTEE VOTING PAID FOR AND AUTHORIZED BY THE VIRGINIA SENATE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS Political Web Design by New Media Campaigns.
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Nick Freitas says people won't have "any problem" getting health care if the ACA is repealed, but over 70,000 in VA-7 stand to lose coverage - Democratic Party of VirginiaVirginia Voting VIRGINIA VOTING HOW TO VOTE ABSENTEE Your Party OUR DEMOCRATS CHAIRWOMAN SUSAN SWECKER STATE STEERING COMMITTEE PARTY ORGANIZATIONS AND NETWORKS LOCALITIES JOBS INTERNSHIPS MEET THE DPVA STAFF NEWS SENATE DEMOCRATS HOUSE DEMOCRATS Events UPCOMING EVENTS Store GET INVOLVED VOTE 2021 DONATE NOW Virginia Voting VIRGINIA VOTING HOW TO VOTE ABSENTEE Your Party OUR DEMOCRATS CHAIRWOMAN SUSAN SWECKER STATE STEERING COMMITTEE PARTY ORGANIZATIONS AND NETWORKS LOCALITIES JOBS INTERNSHIPS MEET THE DPVA STAFF NEWS SENATE DEMOCRATS HOUSE DEMOCRATS Events UPCOMING EVENTS Store OCTOBER 13, 2020 NEWS NICK FREITAS SAYS PEOPLE WON’T HAVE “ANY PROBLEM” GETTING HEALTH CARE IF THE ACA IS REPEALED, BUT OVER 70,000 IN VA-7 STAND TO LOSE COVERAGE BY DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF VIRGINIA SHARE Richmond, VA — Nick Freitas is desperately trying to cover up his disastrous views on health care that include calling the Affordable Care Act a "cancer," casting the single vote against a bill to prevent insurers from discriminating against those with autism, and voting for a bill expanding short-term health plans that often don’t cover preexisting conditions. The only problem? He's relying on false claims and outright lies to hide his record.  In a recent interview with 8News in Richmond, Freitas told one of his worst lies to date. When asked what would happen if the Affordable Care Act was repealed (something he called for just days before), Freitas replied, "I really don’t think there’s going to be any problem making sure that everyone can still get care."  Newsflash: millions of Americans would face higher costs and problems getting the care they need, including over 70,000 Virginians in the 7th Congressional District who would lose their coverage if the ACA is repealed, according to a recent analysis. Worse still, there are 329,600 residents of the 7th who have a pre-existing condition and would see their insurance costs rise.  "Nick Freitas is serious about repealing the ACA, so he should be serious about owning the disastrous consequences of his health care plans. Instead, he's trying to lie to voters while taking big money from the insurance companies who stand to gain if the ACA is repealed. Let's make one thing perfectly clear: tens of thousands of Central Virginians would lose their health care if Nick Freitas has his way," said DPVA Communications Director Grant Fox.  ### SHARE MAJOR CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND A POTENTIAL CRIME: BOB GOOD'S FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE CONTROVERSY KEEPS GETTING WORSE NEXT POST Keep Virginia Blue JOIN THE PARTY JOIN US GET INVOLVED VOTE 2021 DONATE NOW Home Virginia Voting Your Party Events Store Contact Us DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF VIRGINIA [DATE REMOVED] Main Street Suite 2050 Richmond, VA 23219 Telephone: [DATE REMOVED]-1966 Privacy Policy | Terms of Service Paid for by the Democratic Party of Virginia, www.vademocrats.org, not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.
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Virginia Senate Democratic CaucusVIRGINIA SENATE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS HOME ABOUT OUR SENATORS NEWS CONTACT SIGN UP ABSENTEE VOTING MEET OUR SENATORS Senate Democrats come from all parts of the state including Hampton Roads, Northern Virginia, Richmond, and the Shenandoah Valley. READ MORE >> 1 2 3 GET EMAIL UPDATES FROM FACEBOOK THE LATEST APR 20, 2021 SENATE DEMOCRATS STATEMENT: DEREK CHAUVIN TRIAL VERDICT RICHMOND, Va.: [DATE REMOVED], Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus released the following statement concerning the verdict of the Derek Chauvin trial: “While a ‘guilty’ verdict in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin is nothing to celebrate, Senate Democrats know the justice … READ MORE » APR 07, 2021 SENATE DEMOCRATS ON RECONVENED SESSION RICHMOND, Va.: [DATE REMOVED], the Virginia General Assembly met for the reconvened session to consider Governor Ralph Northam’s amendments to legislation passed during the 2021 Session.  Majority Leader Dick Saslaw and Caucus Chair Mamie Locke said: “We are happy to have wrappe… READ MORE » MAR 31, 2021 SENATE DEMOCRATS ON GOVERNOR NORTHAM’S AMENDMENTS TO CANNABIS LEGALIZATION LEGISLATION RICHMOND, Va.: Today, Governor Ralph Northam released his proposed amendments to SB1406, patroned by Senators Adam Ebbin and Louise Lucas, to legalize recreational adult-use cannabis and establish a regulatory process for retail sale. Majority Leader Dick Saslaw and Caucus Chair Mamie Locke… READ MORE » FOLLOW ON YOUTUBE » ANNOUNCEMENTS GET THE LATEST NEWS AND INFORMATION LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SENATORS HOME ABOUT OUR SENATORS NEWS CONTACT SIGN UP ABSENTEE VOTING PAID FOR AND AUTHORIZED BY THE VIRGINIA SENATE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS Political Web Design by New Media Campaigns.
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