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RICHMOND, Va.: During the Reconvened Session of the Virginia General Assembly, Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun) voted against bills that would make firearms and other weapons more prevalent in the Commonwealth.

CHANTILLY, Va.:  Delegate John Bell (D – Loudoun) completed and submitted the necessary paperwork to file for reelection, including signatures of 214 supporters from every corner of the district: Sterling, Ashburn, Broadlands, Chantilly, South Riding, Stone Ridge, Aldie, and Haymarket.

ASHBURN, Va.: Yesterday, Delegate John Bell and Senator Jennifer Wexton fielded questions from their constituents on issues important to them.

During the two hour event at Rosa Lee Carter Elementary School, Del. Bell addressed transportation plans for the district, education funding for Loudoun and Prince William Counties, and other accomplishments from the 2017 General Assembly Session, which concluded on February 25, 2017.

CHANTILLY, Va.: With the 2017 session of the Virginia General Assembly coming to a close, Delegate John Bell released the results from his 2017 survey and highlighted how he voted on the issues that his constituents were most concerned about.

RICHMOND, Va.: Today, Delegate John J. Bell (D – Loudoun) defended his bill, HB 1804, before the Transportation Committee. The bill reported out of committee on a 12-7 vote. The bill directs VDOT to employ practical design methods.

RICHMOND, Va.: This morning, HB 1988 to require the Commonwealth of Virginia to transfer from traditional incandescent bulbs to LED light bulbs has died in the General Government and Capital Outlay Appropriations Subcommittee.

 

RICHMOND, Va.: Today, the Appropriations Subcommittee on Elementary and Secondary Education killed a bill that would have helped give access to full day kindergarten for more Virginia students. Despite having no state fiscal impact, the bill was tabled on a 4-2 vote.

“I am ashamed to hear of President Trump’s actions on immigration policy. Not only are these executive orders unethical and improper to diplomatic discourse, he has sent a message around the globe that Americans should look a certain way, believe certain things, and speak a certain language to fit into his definition of what the United States should be.

RICHMOND, Va.: Today, the Commerce and Labor Subcommittee #2 killed HB 1881, a bill that would encourage distance-based pricing on the Dulles Greenway.

RICHMOND, Va.: Today, in the Agriculture subcommittee of the Agriculture, Chesapeake Bay, and Natural Resources committee, a party-line, unrecorded vote struck down a measure that would have made it illegal to keep a companion animal tethered out of doors without supervision.

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