How A Bill Becomes A Law of the Day:

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How A Bill Becomes A Law of the Day: Meanwhile, in Virginia's House of Delegates, Republican David Albo of Fairfax regales his colleague with a humorous anecdote about how his wife shot down his sexual advances after seeing his name attached to the ultra-controversial "trans-vaginal" ultasound bill

And, before you ask, yes: He does play por

Follow Up of the Day: Virginia Senate Tables Personhood Bill

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Follow Up of the Day: Virginia Senate Tables Personhood Bill
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Follow Up of the Day: A day after Virginia lawmakers were compelled to pass a non-invasive version of the state's controversial ultrasound bill, the full Virginia Senate voted this afternoon to table the equally contentious "personhood" bill, which would have def

Abortion Bill Amendment of the Day

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Abortion Bill Amendment of the Day
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Abortion Bill Amendment of the Day: The Virginia state Senate went ahead today with a bill that would require pregnant women to obtain an ultrasound prior to an abortion, after rejecting a Democratic senator's amendment that would have required men to undergo a rectal exam and cardiac stress test prior to obtaining erectile dysfunction medication.

The amendment

Trick Or Threat of the Day

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Trick Or Threat of the Day
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Trick Or Threat of the Day: A local Republican committee in Virginia used an image of President Obama with a bullet hole in his head in a mass Halloween-themed e-mail. Not surprisingly, some people have a problem with this.

The image in question was zombie-fied spoof of the iconic Obama "Hope" poster. It was featured in the Loudoun Republicans mailer alongside likely unauthorized images from Robert Kirkman's <