Listen: President, Jerrold Nadler And Federal Government discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Is already made a big concession the barrier for the wall could be steel instead of concrete of that helps people it may be better. But Democrats say they don't care what it's made of. It's not happening. Democrats will offer their side of the story following the president's address which you can hear live on NewsRadio W R V A at nine pm democrat Jerrold Nadler on the president's speech tonight. Expect the president to lie to the American people. Why do we expect this because he has been lying to the American people? A White House official says tax refunds will go out on time if the government shutdown continues, the acting director of the White House budget office says the IRS may recall, a large number of furloughed workers the process returns, probably without pay hundreds of thousands of federal employees will miss their paychecks Friday as the shutdown dragged through a third week governor north on wants to make it easier to vote early and harder for candidates to take big donations to northern says he's backing legislation that would allow for no excuse absentee voting. That means the any citizen would be allowed to vote early. They wouldn't have to have a reason currently Virginia law. Limits. Absentee voting to people with qualifying reasons, the governor and fellow Democrats also taking aim at campaign finance rules. They wanna limit an individual's campaign contribution to ten thousand dollars per candidate over the course of giving primary and general election cycle currently in the Commonwealth. No limit exists, but thirty nine other states, and the federal government has set limits on how much single person can contribute to a campaign. Gary Powell NewsRadio WR via the general assembly convinced tomorrow in Richmond. Former governor Bob McDonnell convicted in gift gate has filed for divorce from his wife marine, the couple's corruption conviction was later vacated by the supreme court who ruled yours were wrongly instructed on the meaning of an official act.."