Skip to comments.New Virginia laws that take effect July 1
Posted on 07/01/2013 7:05:49 AM PDT by Perdogg
Some of the new laws that take effect in Virginia on Monday, July 1. Each new law is listed by its legislative bill numbers, a short summary and the chapter where it will be found in Virginia's laws for 2013.
(Excerpt) Read more at wvec.com ...
1. Bans on texting/emailing while driving - primary offense
2. Tax - Sales taxes from 5% to 6% in Northern VA and Hampton Roads
Just in time for us to be moving down there. Yippee
They legalized cohabitation? Unbelievable.
Got my $1 McDonald’s coffee at the drive-thru this morning on the way to work. Had to give the nice lady (I’m a regular, so she knows me) an extra penny today. “That’ll be $1.06 today,” she said. “Happy July!” I smiled, and drove to the pick-up window.
HB1639, Exempts correspondence by members of the General Assembly and their aides from public view under the Freedom of Information Act. (Chapter 199)
HB1855, Exempts Virginia Department of Aviation records from the Freedom of Information Act. (Chapter 574)
HB2280, Exempts records of public disaster recovery plans from the Freedom of Information Act. (Chapter 600)
I need to find out what these 3 mean. Somehow, I’m not feeling all warm and fuzzy about information being withheld from FOIA requests. Particularly those GA sleazoids and their flying monkeys.
Thank you, Bob McDonnell! The biggest tax increase in VA history from the “conservative” who ran on no new taxes.
Sales taxes from 5% to 6% in Northern VA and Hampton Roads
Money is to government as heroin and cocaine to drug addicts.
There are over 700 new laws taking effect today. Something is terribly wrong here.
Moving to VA Ping.
The decriminalized it. AS IF that law had been enforced in decades.
Taxes go up in liberal areas.
The list of new laws is quite long this year...11 long pages. You can scan the titles to see what may apply to you or your business.
Here’s the list for 2013. . .
Say what you want about enforcement (or lack thereof), but Virginia's cohabitation law is one thing they got right. At least until now.
Will the DC burbs now finally quit griping about never getting enough transportation money from the state?
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