Author Archives: Jefferson Policy Journal

Activists throughout the country want to ban the use of natural gas, even in homes.

Read how they’ve already started this effort in Richmond by visiting: https://jeffersonpolicyjournal.com/richmond-city-may-cancel-gas-service-for-its-citizens-henrico-and-chesterfield This would cost homeowners $26,000 to retrofit to electric. Legislation in Virginia would create and protect a right to use natural gas. However, the Senate version of this … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Watch “Confessions of a Union Negotiator”

Watch a replay of “Confessions of a Union Negotiator…What to expect if public sector bargaining passes in your county.” Frank Ricci, a former firefighter union negotiator details the tactics and strategies used by government unions during collective bargaining. Counties, cities … Continue reading

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VIDEO STREAM: Virginia Energy Consumer Conference

THURSDAY, SEP. 16,  9:30 AM – 11:30 AM EDT. *If you don’t see the video stream yet, refresh this page after 9:30 am on Thurs, Sept. 16. *If you don’t see the video stream yet, refresh this page after 9:30 … Continue reading

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You’re Invited to Our Tele-Town Hall Meeting: Re-Opening Our Communities with George Allen

Virginia and our nation are facing one of the greatest challenges of our lifetime. The lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans are now at stake from an invisible enemy: the coronavirus and COVID-19. But it’s a false choice to … Continue reading

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