LEESBURG, Va.: Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun) presented HJ 754 at a closed session of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. The resolution recognizes the Sheriff’s office’s efforts to train their deputies and other area first responders in crisis intervention, as well as education in deescalating behavioral health and addiction situations.
CHANTILLY, Va.: Today, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced the appointment of Anjan Chimaladinne to the Board of Visitors of George Mason University.
CHANTILLY, Va: Today, Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun) condemned President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement, the global agreement signed at the end of 2015, and is calling on Virginia’s leaders to do the same.
CHANTILLY, Va.: The Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters have both endorsed Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun). Del. Bell earned a 110% score from Sierra Club, and a 100% score from League of Conservation Voters.
LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va.: Delegate John J.
ASHBURN, Va.: Today, Secretary of Education Dietra Trent and Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun) presented commending resolution, HJ 755, as well as recognized students who will be participating in the Early College Program and NOCTI certificate recipients.
ASHBURN, Va.: Delegate John Bell (D – Loudoun) presented HJR 734, a commending resolution for Sihan Sandhu. Sihan won the US Kids Golf Championship of 2016, shooting 23-under-par.
STERLING, Va.: Delegate John Bell (D – Loudoun) held a rally to celebrate the opening of his campaign headquarters office. The event included many volunteers, strong supporters, as well as Senator Jennifer Wexton (D - Loudoun) and Delegate Ken Plum (D - Fairfax).
STERLING, Va.: Delegate John Bell (D – Loudoun) presented a commending resolution, HJ 732, to the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary, which occurred on August 16, 2016.
CHANTILLY, Va.: Today is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, and Loudoun County Sheriffs are setting up stations all over our neighborhoods for citizens to turn in their unused prescription drugs, no questions asked.
“Check your medicine cabinets for any old prescription drugs, and turn them in to the Sheriff’s office today. You may be saving a life,” said Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun). “With my own family’s struggle with addiction, I know how easy it is to forget what’s in your bathroom and accidentally enable friends and loved ones.”