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Frank Wolf voted against the Fiscal Cliff deal, meaning he voted to raise taxes on everyone and to impose spending cuts that could cripple Loudoun, which depends on government-related jobs.
The Loudoun School Board has delayed a survey that would likely show taxpayers are willing to forgo a tax cut if it means saving the school budget. Why? They should tell us.
The air travel industry -- from the airlines to the air traffic controllers -- are a key part of the Loudoun economy, and these workers all do their jobs better thanks to Unions.
Eagle Scout (and LCDC Chair) Evan Macbeth posts an Open Letter to Scoutmaster (and Delegate) Randy Minchew, asking him to speak out against the BSA policy banning gay Scouts.
An Open Letter to Scott York, Chairman of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors, calling for him to display the leadership his position demands and Loudoun County sorely needs.
The all-Republican Board of Supervisors is spending a troubling amount of time working behind closed doors, away from pubic scrutiny. Why?
Loudoun needs Rail to Dulles, yet Republicans are threatening to block the project because it might include a Project Labor Agreement. Projects that have PLAs come in safer, on-time and on-budget.
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