Since the enactment of the health care reform law, there has been considerable confusion surrounding its effects on military health care programs. I am pleased to share with you that on April 26, 2010 the President signed into law legislation that I introduced to fully protect TRICARE and other military health care programs for service members, veterans, and their families under the newly enacted health care reform law.
Saturday May 15, I will be at the Moneta Library from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for my quarterly Town Meeting.
The FY 10/11 budget has been adopted. All tax rates will remain the same. The Board of Supervisors is turning its attention to the new Zoning Ordinance. Real Estate reassessment is under way. The VDOT 6-year road plan is being reviewed.
I noticed that Rick Howell was at it again in last week’s “The Liberal Agenda” column, portraying conservatives as a bunch of well-heeled folks motivated by a desire to protect their bottom line. He characterized TEA party activists as “a lot of people with six-figure salaries who have done well in this country and who ought to have the decency to pay their taxes without whining about it.”
Two Liberty High School (LHS) teams are headed for the Odyssey of the Mind World Championship, to be held at Michigan State University this year from May 26 through May 30. It’s a real world championship; more than 30 countries will send teams.