NNPD Police Grad
Congratulations to all those who graduated basic training and took their oaths!
I'm so excited to work under my dear friend, Minority Leader Eileen Filler-Corn!
We remembered a true servant at the Warwick-Menchville basketball game
W&M students gave a presentation about drawing new district lines!
I'm a co-patron on the 2019 resolution to ratify the ERA here in Virginia -- will you join me by signing here?
ERA is Headed to the House
2019 is a new year, and this new year may finally mean the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution! On the first day of Session, the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections passed the ERA and sent it to the Senate Floor. This afternoon, the Senate passed the ERA! It is now up to the House to pass it as well. I am a proud co-patron of both SJ 284 and HJ 579 and hope to get a chance to vote "YES" on the House floor!
As always, if I can ever be of help, please do not hesitate to reach out.
It was an honor to be a judge at Billsburg Brewery and support the Alzheimer's Association!
Michael P. Mullin
Celebrating 400 Years of Representative Democracy
2019 is a very special year in Virginia, and even more so in the 93rd District. In 1619, settlers on Jamestown Island started the first representative democracy in the New World. American government, and especially the Virginia House of Delegates, can trace its history to the church on Jamestown Island where it all began. In July, all 140 members of the General Assembly will gather on this ground for a ceremonial session to commemorate 400 years of history. Each week on the floor of the House of Delegates, I will be sharing a bit of this history and encouraging all to visit the Jamestown Rediscovery Project.Click here to view last week's speech!
Short Session in Full Swing
Last Wednesday we hit the floor running with the 2019 Legislative Session! Unlike even years, in odd years we only have 45 days to get all of our work in Richmond done. My bills have all been assigned to Committees, and as of today, 5 of them have passed out of Subcommittee! This just goes to show you how fast things move in Richmond during a short session. We have about three and a half weeks to go through all of the House bills, and then we will discuss all of the bills that have made it through the Senate. If you haven't already, please take a few minutes to fill out this survey to let me know what matters most to you for this Session!
Click here to follow my bills through the process!
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