PRESS HIGHLIGHTS

Since 1992, Bob’s been fighting for Virginia values in Richmond. He had authored the VA Healthcare Freedom Act which challenged Obamacare. He sued and won 7-0 in Virginia’s Supreme Court to invalidate a law which set up unelected taxing authorities, and was the House author of the Marshall-Newman Marriage Amendment. We need to re-elect Bob so he can continue to fight for “we the people” in Richmond.

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WHAT BOB HAS ACHIEVED

  • Never voted for a tax increase in 22 years
  • Author of the Marshall – Newman amendment approved by 1.3 million Virginians in 2006.
  • Voted to expand Rt. 66 in in Gainesville to Haymarket without new taxes
  • Authored VA Health Care Freedom Act
    challenging Obamacare
  • Made Road and School Construction Bids available to Public (Bob’s law, HB 1545, 2003)
  • Author of Partial Birth Abortion ban
  • Author of law prohibiting trucks in left lanes of interstates
  • Author of legislation protecting privacy of personal data
  • Author of law banning Virginia from cooperating in NDAA indefinite detention of citizens
  • Sued and won unanimously 7-0 in VA State Supreme Court that unelected taxing authorities are unconstitutional (Marshall v. NVTA)

“A wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned.”

 

– Thomas Jefferson