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Statement on Executive Order 63

May 28 | News

Fauquier, VA – Today, Delegate Michael J. Webert made the following statement about Governor Ralph Northam’s most recent Executive Order. “We are a Republic, not a Dictatorship.” “Indefinite Executive Orders are not the way to govern our Commonwealth, and the Governor has made a mockery of what it means to govern.” “The Governor needs to … Continue reading Statement on Executive Order 63

Reopen the Commonwealth

Apr 26 | News

Fauquier, VA – Today, Delegate Michael J. Webert released the following statement regarding the reopening of Virginia.  “Virginians have waited patiently over the past few weeks for the Governor and his administration to reevaluate the decisions that have been made with regard to their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is clear that this one size … Continue reading Reopen the Commonwealth

Coronavirus Update

Mar 13 | News

As you no doubt have seen, there’s a great deal of concern in our community regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the respiratory illness that began in Wuhan, China and has now spread around the world. The Governor has issued a state of emergency for our Commonwealth and laid out additional steps Virginia is taking to limit the … Continue reading Coronavirus Update

Anti-Corruption Legislation Passes Virginia House and Senate

Feb 18 | News

Richmond, VA – Today, Senator Mark Obenshain (R-Rockingham) and Delegate Michael Webert (R-Fauquier) announced their legislation to improve accountability, transparency, and oversight within the Warren County Economic Development Authority has passed the House and Senate. “Transparency is a must for good governance,” Webert said, “and with these bills, House Bills 1527 & 1528, we will … Continue reading Anti-Corruption Legislation Passes Virginia House and Senate