THE LEGISLATIVE LINE Number 3 January 29, 2017

VIRGINIA PENINSULA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

THE LEGISLATIVE LINE

The Legislative Update from VPAR

Number 3                              January 29, 2017

 

As we enter the last full week before Crossover, the official halfway mark of Session on February 7th, the speed of the legislative process has picked up considerable pace. Committees and subcommittee in the House and Senate are wrapping up their dockets, with some holding their final pre-Crossover meeting late last week.

But, true to form, some of the more contentious issues have yet to be vetted in the Committee structure. Broadband reform, retrieval of hunting dogs on private property and historic tax credits all remain in the queue for action this week. And the state budget continues to be studied and analyzed, with hundreds of budget amendments being heard in the various subcommittees of both the House Appropriations Committee and the Senate Finance Committee.

REALTOR® bills have gained considerable traction and are advancing with little controversy.

For a full review of the 2017 VAR legislative agenda, go to:

http://www.virginiarealtorschoose.com/legislativeupdates/

Transfer of Security Deposits upon the Sale of a Dwelling Unit

HB 1623           

DELEGATE YANCEY

PASSED THE HOUSE 99-0 and NOW IS IN THE SENATE

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+HB1623+pdf

 

SB 991

SENATOR DANCE       

WILL BE HEARD IN SENATE GENERAL LAWS & TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 1/30

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+SB991+pdf

 

Allows a property manager to transfer a security deposit to the owner and to simply provide notice to the tenants, versus having to obtain the written consent of the owner and tenants.

 

Licensee Responsibilities – Transfer of Escrow Funds and Foreclosures

HB 2281                        DELEGATE LEFTWICH

REPORTED 21-0 OUT OF THE HOUSE COURTS COMMITTEE; ON TO THE HOUSE FLOOR

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+HB2281+pdf

 

SB 966             SENATOR OBENSHAIN

WILL BE HEARD IN SENATE GENERAL LAWS & TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 1/30

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+SB966+pdf

 

Allows for a smoother transition for an existing tenant and a new owner following a foreclosure.

 

Allows the tenant to continue to pay rent to the: (i) new landlord, (ii) the property manager at the time of the foreclosure, or (iii) the courts, through an escrow account.

 

Allows for the written property management agreement to continue in place following a foreclosure on a month-to-month basis until terminated by either the property manager or the new owner, unless a shorter period is provided for in the property management agreement.

 

This legislation does not change Virginia Code Section 55-248.15:1 that places the responsibility on the landlord at the lease termination to make disposition of the tenant’s security deposit, regardless of whether that landlord received the tenant’s security deposit from a prior landlord.

 

POA Act Amendments

HB 2045                        DELEGATE (and REALTOR®!) MILLER

REPORTED FROM HOUSE GENERAL LAWS 21-0; ON TO THE HOUSE FLOOR

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+HB2045+pdf

 

SB 1231                        SENATOR BILL STANLEY

WILL BE HEARD IN SENATE GENERAL LAWS & TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 1/30

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+SB1231+pdf

 

Condo Act Amendments

HB 2274                        DELEGATE DANNY MARSHALL

REPORTED FROM HOUSE GENERAL LAWS 21-0; ON TO THE HOUSE FLOOR

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+HB2274+pdf

 

SB 1255                        SENATOR BILL DeSTEPH

WILL BE HEARD IN SENATE GENERAL LAWS & TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 1/30

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+SB1255+pdf

Associations cannot condition, limit or prohibit for sale signs other than limiting signs to those that are in compliance with the VREB regulations.

 

Associations cannot require a formal power of attorney from a real estate licensee to represent their clients before the association and are required to accept a document from the real estate licensee signed by the owner that confirms representation.

 

Adds that failure to deliver the association disclosure packet within the 14-day requirement subjects the association to up to $1,000 fine imposed by the Common Interest Community Board.

 

 

Residential Property Disclosure Act Amendments

HB 2034                        DELEGATE (and REALTOR®!) MILLER

PASSED THE HOUSE 99-0 and NOW IS IN THE SENATE

http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+ful+HB2034+pdf

 

Renames the “red-flag” disclosure statement the “buyer to beware” statement.

Adds the following buyer to beware statements:

Owner makes no representations with respect to underlying conservation or other easements.

Owner makes no representations with respect to an underlying community development authority.

Allows for electronic delivery of the form to the potential purchaser.

Generally, “cleans up” the Residential Disclosure Act.

 

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK

http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/government-politics/general-assembly/collection_cf32e4ff-910b-59ad-ae1a-6340ececdff5.html

 

 

 

VPAR’s General Assembly Delegation Contact Information

 

Del. Gordon Helsel, R-91st , Poquoson               (804) 698-1091   DelGHelsel@house.virginia.gov

Del. Keith Hodges, R-98th  Urbanna                    (804) 698-1098   DelKHodges@house.virginia.gov

Del. Rick Morris, R-64th, Carrollton                      (804) 698-1064   DelRMorris@house.virginia.gov

Del. Mike Mullin, D-93rd, Newport News               (804) 698-1093   delmmullin@house.virginia.gov

Del. Brenda Pogge, R-96th, Yorktown                 (804) 698-1096  DelBPogge@house.virginia.gov

Del. Marcia “Cia” Price, D-95th, Newport News     (804) 698-1095   DelMPrice@house.virginia.gov

Del. Jeoin Ward, D-92nd, Hampton                      (804) 698-1092 DelJWard@house.virginia.gov

Del. David Yancey, R-94th, Newport News           (804) 698-1094   DelDYancey@house.virginia.gov

Sen. Mamie Locke, D-2nd, Hampton                    (804) 698-7502   district02@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Monty Mason, D-1st, Williamsburg             (804) 698-7501 district01@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Tommy Norment, R-3rd, James City             (804) 698-7503   district03@senate.virginia.gov

 

 

 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY WEBSITES OF INTEREST

 

We would like to share with you some very valuable (and helpful) information regarding General Assembly Resources:

 

 

In order to prepare for the 2017 session, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with a few helpful websites and other relevant information. Our goal is for you to be able to follow the action here in Richmond as well as to participate in the process.

 

To watch the House of Delegates in Session live at Noon each day, click here:  http://virginia-house.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=3

 

To watch the Virginia Senate in Session live at noon each day, click here:  http://virginia-senate.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=3

 

Subscribe to receive daily e-mails with news articles highlighting major political and legislative happenings. http://www.vpap.org/vanews

 

Virginia Legislative Information System (list of General Assembly members, all legislation, committee action, daily meeting schedule and daily floor calendars)

http://lis.virginia.gov/

 

Who’s My Legislator?

http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

 

Governor of Virginia

https://governor.virginia.gov/

 

Governor’s Cabinet

https://governor.virginia.gov/the-administration/the-cabinet/

 

Lt. Governor

http://www.ltgov.virginia.gov/

 

Attorney General

http://www.oag.state.va.us/

 

REALTOR® DAY ON THE HILL – FEBRUARY 8, 2017

Mark your calendars now for February 8th so that you can attend VPAR’s Annual REALTOR® Day on the Hill! Join REALTORS® from across the Commonwealth as they descend upon the General Assembly to tout the Association’s legislative agenda. Visit with legislators from the region, hear from “in the know” politicos on current issues and tour the Capitol and the Executive Mansion. Join us for a highly beneficial day!

 

For additional information or other details, please contact Susan Gaston, VPAR’s Legislative Consultant, at 757-871-1445, or by e-mail at susan@gastongroup.com. We also encourage our members to follow the General Assembly on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/VPAREALTORS/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf .

 

The Legislative Update from VPAR

VIRGINIA PENINSULA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

THE LEGISLATIVE LINE

The Legislative Update from VPAR

Number 2 – January 22, 2017

 

Day 12 of the 45-day “short session” is in the books. Only 15 days until Crossover, the halfway mark of the Session. And then, just 18 days after that until adjournment. But who’s counting?

Senate Committee assignments just were finalized last week, as the “upper chamber” welcomed two new members, Sen. Jennifer McClellan (D-9th) and Sen Mark Peake (R-22nd).  Sen. McClellan was elected in a special election to fill the term of former Virginia Senator Donald McEachin, who was elected in November to the 4th Congressional District, while Sen. Peake won the seat of former Virginia Senator Tom Garrett, who now represents the 5th Congressional District. VPAR REALTORS® will be happy to note that Sen. Monty Mason (D-1st) was appointed to the Senate Committee on General Laws and Technology, which is where the majority of our housing and real estate legislation is referred. With these committees now fully seated, the real work in the Senate will begin to speed up a bit.

Friday marked the last day for bills to be introduced, so more legislation will be reviewed as the week moves along. As of now, 2,355 bills have been submitted. It’s NFL football season (GO PATS!!!! – CEO’s prerogative there…), and college basketball season (GO KENTUCKY WILDCATS!!! – the writer’s prerogative here..), so many of us are “stats oriented” right now. In keeping with our focus on sports data, below is an interesting breakdown of how the 217 General Assembly Session legislative stats are stacking up:

AS OF SUNDAY, JANUARY 22nd

 

1084    House Bills Introduced                       806      Senate Bills Introduced

271      House Joint Resolutions Introduced  118      Senate Joint Resolutions Introduced

55        House Resolutions Introduced                       21        Senate Resolutions Introduced

 

131      Bills PASSED

313      Bills FAILED

2135    PENDING ACTION

Meanwhile, the REALTOR® Legislative Agenda gained traction this past week. Two Virginia REALTORS® bills – HB 1623, dealing with the transfer of security deposits during the sale of a rental unit, and HB 2034, providing clarifications to the list of items real estate buyers should research before purchasing property – passed out of committee unanimously and will be considered by the full House early next week. Two other bills, HB 2045 and HB 2274, legislation protecting certain homeowners’ rights within property and condo owners associations, were taken up in the House General Laws housing subcommittee and will be considered again next Tuesday.

Another bill of interest to our Virginia REALTORS® property managers is HB 2006, which sets out the rights and responsibilities under the Virginia Fair Housing Law with respect to maintaining an assistance animal in a dwelling. The legislation is a recommendation of the Virginia Housing Commission. Watch one of VAR’s most recent Legal Lessons for clarification on the Virginia Real Estate Board’s latest guidance document regarding assistance animals.

For a full review of the 2017 VAR legislative agenda, go to: http://www.virginiarealtorschoose.com/legislativeupdates/

And for an interesting PHOTO MONTAGE of recent days during Session, go to:

http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/government-politics/general-assembly/collection_c2ca3131-a58f-5ef0-b1f2-82adeca7480c.html

 

http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/government-politics/general-assembly/collection_4f82b933-a73d-524e-8e2d-02609f0a40a3.html

 

VPAR’s General Assembly Delegation Contact Information

 

Del. Gordon Helsel, R-91st , Poquoson               (804) 698-1091   DelGHelsel@house.virginia.gov

Del. Keith Hodges, R-98th  Urbanna                    (804) 698-1098   DelKHodges@house.virginia.gov

Del. Rick Morris, R-64th, Carrollton                      (804) 698-1064   DelRMorris@house.virginia.gov

Del. Mike Mullin, D-93rd, Newport News               (804) 698-1093   delmmullin@house.virginia.gov

Del. Brenda Pogge, R-96th, Yorktown                 (804) 698-1096  DelBPogge@house.virginia.gov

Del. Marcia “Cia” Price, D-95th, Newport News     (804) 698-1095   DelMPrice@house.virginia.gov

Del. Jeoin Ward, D-92nd, Hampton                      (804) 698-1092 DelJWard@house.virginia.gov

Del. David Yancey, R-94th, Newport News           (804) 698-1094   DelDYancey@house.virginia.gov

Sen. Mamie Locke, D-2nd, Hampton                    (804) 698-7502   district02@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Monty Mason, D-1st, Williamsburg             (804) 698-7501 district01@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Tommy Norment, R-3rd, James City             (804) 698-7503   district03@senate.virginia.gov

 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY WEBSITES OF INTEREST

 

We would like to share with you some very valuable (and helpful) information regarding General Assembly Resources:

 

 

In order to prepare for the 2017 session, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with a few helpful websites and other relevant information. Our goal is for you to be able to follow the action here in Richmond as well as to participate in the process.

 

To watch the House of Delegates in Session live at Noon each day, click here:  http://virginia-house.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=3

 

To watch the Virginia Senate in Session live at noon each day, click here:  http://virginia-senate.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=3

 

Subscribe to receive daily e-mails with news articles highlighting major political and legislative happenings. http://www.vpap.org/vanews

 

Virginia Legislative Information System (list of General Assembly members, all legislation, committee action, daily meeting schedule and daily floor calendars)

http://lis.virginia.gov/

 

Who’s My Legislator?

http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

 

Governor of Virginia

https://governor.virginia.gov/

 

Governor’s Cabinet

https://governor.virginia.gov/the-administration/the-cabinet/

 

Lt. Governor

http://www.ltgov.virginia.gov/

 

Attorney General

http://www.oag.state.va.us/

 

 

REALTOR® DAY ON THE HILL – FEBRUARY 8, 2017

Mark your calendars now for February 8th so that you can attend VPAR’s Annual REALTOR® Day on the Hill! Join REALTORS® from across the Commonwealth as they descend upon the General Assembly to tout the Association’s legislative agenda. Visit with legislators from the region, hear from “in the know” politicos on current issues and tour the Capitol and the Executive Mansion. Join us for a highly beneficial day!

 

For additional information or other details, please contact Susan Gaston, VPAR’s Legislative Consultant, at 757-871-1445, or by e-mail at susan@gastongroup.com. We also encourage our members to follow the General Assembly on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/VPAREALTORS/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf .

 

VIRGINIA PENINSULA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

THE LEGISLATIVE LINE

The Legislative Update from VPAR

Number 1 – January 16, 2017

 

And, so it begins…the 2017 General Assembly Session of Virginia! We are day #7 into a 45-day “short” session, one which is highlighted by Governor McAuliffe’s last year of office, statewide candidates clambering for the limelight, all 100 House of Delegates’ seats up in November, and a new White House as of later this week…all of which will translate into a Session of election politics and posturing.

As of this writing, over 2,000 bills (2,035, to be exact) have been introduced, with more to come over the next few days. Budget amendments are swirling in the background, Senate Committee assignments have yet to be finalized, new members of the House and Senate – courtesy of many special elections — just have been sworn in, and Committee and Subcommittee meetings are in full swing.

All with 2017 being THE LAST YEAR IN THE CURRENT GENERAL ASSEMBLY BUILDING! Yes, that place is being razed! Don’t know who’s happier: legislators, lobbyists, legislative staff, or the mice.

In the meantime, the REALTOR® Legislative Agenda is moving along this week, with three bills being heard in the Housing Subcommittee of the House General Laws Committee as soon as tomorrow, Tuesday, January 17th. There will be more to report later this week over social media and an additional update coming soon, but for now, check out the latest in the REALTOR® Party Legislative Agenda! http://www.virginiarealtorschoose.com/2017-bills/

 

THE 2017 VAR LEGISLATIVE AGENDA CAN BE FOUND HERE:

http://www.virginiarealtorschoose.com/2017-bills/

 

 

VPAR’s General Assembly Delegation Contact Information

 

 

Del. Gordon Helsel, R-91st , Poquoson               (804) 698-1091   DelGHelsel@house.virginia.gov

Del. Keith Hodges, R-98th  Urbanna                    (804) 698-1098   DelKHodges@house.virginia.gov

Del. Rick Morris, R-64th, Carrollton                      (804) 698-1064   DelRMorris@house.virginia.gov

Del. Mike Mullin, D-93rd, Newport News               (804) 698-1093   delmmullin@house.virginia.gov

Del. Brenda Pogge, R-96th, Yorktown                 (804) 698-1096  DelBPogge@house.virginia.gov

Del. Marcia “Cia” Price, D-95th, Newport News     (804) 698-1095   DelMPrice@house.virginia.gov

Del. Jeoin Ward, D-92nd, Hampton                      (804) 698-1092 DelJWard@house.virginia.gov

Del. David Yancey, R-94th, Newport News           (804) 698-1094   DelDYancey@house.virginia.gov

Sen. Mamie Locke, D-2nd, Hampton                    (804) 698-7502   district02@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Monty Mason, D-1st, Williamsburg             (804) 698-7501 district01@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Tommy Norment, R-3rd, James City             (804) 698-7503   district03@senate.virginia.gov

 

 

 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY WEBSITES OF INTEREST

 

We would like to share with you some very valuable (and helpful) information regarding General Assembly Resources:

 

 

In order to prepare for the 2017 session, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with a few helpful websites and other relevant information. Our goal is for you to be able to follow the action here in Richmond as well as to participate in the process.

 

To watch the House of Delegates in Session live at Noon each day, click here:  http://virginia-house.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=3

 

To watch the Virginia Senate in Session live at noon each day, click here:  http://virginia-senate.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=3

 

Subscribe to receive daily e-mails with news articles highlighting major political and legislative happenings. http://www.vpap.org/vanews

 

Virginia Legislative Information System (list of General Assembly members, all legislation, committee action, daily meeting schedule and daily floor calendars)

http://lis.virginia.gov/

 

Who’s My Legislator?

http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

 

Governor of Virginia

https://governor.virginia.gov/

 

Governor’s Cabinet

https://governor.virginia.gov/the-administration/the-cabinet/

 

Lt. Governor

http://www.ltgov.virginia.gov/

 

Attorney General

http://www.oag.state.va.us/

 

 

REALTOR® DAY ON THE HILL – FEBRUARY 8, 2017

Mark your calendars now for February 8th so that you can attend VPAR’s Annual REALTOR® Day on the Hill! Join REALTORS® from across the Commonwealth as they descend upon the General Assembly to tout the Association’s legislative agenda. Visit with legislators from the region, hear from “in the know” politicos on current issues and tour the Capitol and the Executive Mansion. Join us for a highly beneficial day!

 

For additional information or other details, please contact Susan Gaston, VPAR’s Legislative Consultant, at 757-871-1445, or by e-mail at susan@gastongroup.com. We also encourage our members to follow the General Assembly on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GreaterPiedmont/?fref=ts.

 

THE LEGISLATIVE LINE / The Legislative Update from VPAR / 2016 ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE EDITION March 13, 2016

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THE LEGISLATIVE LINE
The Legislative Update from VPAR

2016 ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE EDITION
March 13, 2016

Beloved. Beds. (And breakfast….) Justices. Execution.
The beginning of a novel full of intrigue? Maybe a good mystery? Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, II?

Oh, no. Not at all. Those topics defined the 60-day 2016 Virginia General Assembly Session that adjourned Sine Die – Latin for “without another day” – on Friday, March 12th, one day ahead of schedule.

 

From what became known as “Air B’n B,” the residential lodging legislation that was the sleeper issue of the Session (no pun intended) to the regulation of sexually explicit literature in Virginia’s public schools, with author Toni Morrison’s Beloved being the most notorious example, this Session saw nearly 3,300 pieces of legislation introduced. To date, 1,803 passed; 1,241 failed to pass; 242 have been carried over; and the Governor has signed 366.

 

And in the middle of it all, a new, two-year budget was approved.
In addition, the 2016 legislature was identified from the beginning as divisive and highly partisan, largely due to the appointment surrounding a justice to the Supreme Court of Virginia to fill a vacancy. That issue created an undercurrent of partisan tension that was not resolved until just a few days ago, when Judge Stephen McCullough was elected to the Court by the General Assembly. Not to say that the partisan bickering is over; just that it is over on the floors of either chamber. For now.

 

Finally, among many controversial issues was that regarding executions in the Commonwealth and the means by which the death penalty in Virginia is administered when lethal drugs now used for that purpose are unavailable.

 

Beloved. Beds. Justices. Execution.

 

Throw in casino gambling, lights on motorcycles, fantasy football and gun control, J.C. Penny and Frank Beamer, add a blizzard and a tornado, and this one will go down as one of the most interesting legislative sessions in recent years.
REALTOR® BILLS
By comparison, the VAR legislative agenda was far less heady, although it did attract its fair share of attention, and on some days, considerable confusion and controversy.

Most of our five bills sailed through the House and Senate without attention. However, the home inspector bill introduced in the House by REALTOR® and Delegate Jackson Miller, HB 741 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?161+ful+HB741ER+pdf did find its way to the House Appropriations Committee, given its minimal fiscal impact to the state budget. After hard work by your lobbying team, that bill reported unanimously out of the House Appropriations Committee, passed the House and met a very favorable read in the Senate where it also passed. What is noteworthy here is that the Senate companion to this bill, SB 453 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=161&typ=bil&val=sb453, introduced by Sen. Bill Stanley, a real estate attorney and the son of a former REALTOR®, has been signed by the Governor. In other words, this bill will become law on July 1, 2017. Good work, team!

 

The remaining three bills regarding Property and Condominium Owners’ Associations, HB 684 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?161+ful+HB684ER+pdf, carried by Delegate Chris Peace; agency legislation, HB 567, http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?161+ful+HB684ER+pdf, introduced by Delegate Jackson Miller; and HB 577 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?161+ful+HB577ER+pdf from Delegate Roxann Robinson all PASSED THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE. In fact, the Governor already has signed the agency legislation! See the chart below for a snapshot of the latest action.
NAME DESCRIPTION POSITION LAST ACTION
HB 567 – AgencyLicensing Law Revisions
Agency / Licensing Law Revisions

Support HB 567- 03/04/16 Governor: Governor’s Action Deadline Midnight, March 11, 2016
HB 577 – Housing Trust Fund – Earnest Money Deposits / Escrow Funds
Housing Trust Fund – Earnest Money Deposits / Escrow Funds

 

Support HB 577- 03/03/16 Passed House and Senate; Waiting for Governor’s Signature

HB 684 – POA/COA Amendments
POA/COA Amendments

Support HB 684 – 03/03/16 Passed House and Senate; Waiting for Governor’s Signature
HB 741/SB 453 – Home Inspector Licensing
Home Inspector Licensing

Support HB 741 – 03/03/16 Senate: Passed Senate (40-Y 0-N) ;SB 453 – 03/01/16 Governor: Approved by Governor-Chapter 161

What does this mean? This means that the Association of REALTORS® once again had a 100% success rate during this Session! It wasn’t easy (although we hope we made it look that way), and there were twists and turns, and we even dealt with some drama along the way, but your agenda met with widespread success at the end of the day.

We could not have done this without your responses to Calls to Action, your visits to Richmond and your ongoing support. THANK YOU!

DONE! Sine Die!

Now, onto 2017……yes, already, we are taking your ideas and suggestions for legislation that we need to consider during the next Session. Send your thoughts to Susan Gaston at susan@gastongroup.com no later than May 15, 2016!

For additional information or other details, please contact Susan Gaston, VPAR’s Legislative Consultant, at 757-871-1445, or by e-mail at susan@gastongroup.com.