January 23, 2017

Community Networks January 20, 2017 Last week, Virginia State Delegate Kathy Byron introduced a bill that, if passed, will cripple attempts for municipalities to improve local connectivity. HB 2108, the “Virginia Broadband Deployment Act, imposes specific requirements on municipal networks that would greatly limit whether communities could offer Internet access …

January 13, 2017

The Atlantic David A. Graham January 9, 2017 In North Carolina, the lessons of H.B. 2, last year’s controversial transgender “bathroom bill,” seem clear. The law states, among other things, that transgender people must use bathrooms corresponding to the biological sex on their birth certificates when using public accommodations. The …

December 3, 2015

Richmond Times-Dispatch December 2, 2015 by Michael Martz A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Gov. Terry McAuliffe and other state officials that challenged the state’s moratorium on the mining of uranium. U.S. District Court Judge Jackson L. Kiser issued a 21-page decision on Wednesday to dismiss the suit, which …