Monday, March 30, 2009

Choose Life Plate Becomes Law in Virginia!

Today, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine signed SB 817, the "Choose Life" license plate into law, making Virginia the 24th state to offer the pro-life plate. As many of you know, Senator Richard Stuart (R) drafted the bill and then Senator Ken Cuccinelli (R) amended it on the Senate floor and pushed this legislation through during the last legislative session. It was passed with solid bi-partisan support. It's a huge win for those in the pro-life movement, and also for those who hold dear our First Amendment rights.

In his statement, Governor Kaine (who also happens to be President Obama's hand picked National Chairman of the Democrat Party) said: "Because Virginians -like all Americans - regard freedom of expression among our highest values, courts in the Commonwealth and elsewhere have reviewed license plate programs to ensure that government regulation of plate messages does not discriminate based on the viewpoint expressed by a particular group."

We couldn't agree more - (and that's a first!)

This is a great momentum builder for the Cuccinelli for Attorney General campaign. All across the Commonwealth, thousands of people, many involved in politics for the first time, are joining the Cuccinelli team.

Senator Cuccinelli is the ONLY candidate for Attorney General who has a PROVEN RECORD of getting things done. He has cast thousands of votes and has never wavered from his conservative principals, something that unfortunately has been in vogue in Richmond and Washington for years.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great Job by Senator Cuccinelli. Bravo to gov. Kaine for holding off the veto. I have to give him credit although it is a bit painful to do. is an independent site and is not affiliated with any official web sites, associations, or organizations associated with President Reagan. Any views expressed or content included on this site do not necessarily reflect the views, positions, or opinions of any of the organizations or individuals named, linked, or advertised.

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