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Virginia Knows How to Balance Its Budget

Some while back, I sat down with Stephen Fehr at PEW research to discuss Virginia being the Best Managed State two years in a row under my administration and the resulting Rainy Day Fund. Today, I received a copy of Fehr’s article, entitled, “Virginia Knows How to Balance Its Budget“, which appeared in Trust Magazine. [...]

Wilder – “People Need to Know Why”: October 2018

As many of you know, I am involved with litigation relative to VCU. I have refrained from public commentary out of respect that I hold for the administration of VCU and my own constraints relative to publicly discussing matters of this kind. Earlier this year, I filed a Whistleblower lawsuit alleging discrimination and harassment of [...]

By the People: The Role of Urban Communities in Improving Housing, Education, and Public Policy

I was pleased to host the 2018 Wilder Symposium “By the People: The Role of Urban Communities in Improving Housing, Education, and Public Policy” at Virginia Commonwealth University this week. Our speakers were excellent and the discussion was a deep dive into the issues facing urban communities, particularly issues of housing and education. As I stated [...]

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