Shrink the General Assembly
Trejbal is a Roanoke Times editorial writer. He is stationed at the paper’s New River Valley bureau.
Virginians surely have developed a new conception of government in recent years. Deep spending cuts have left a leaner, less satisfying commonwealth. From schools to law enforcement to highways, services have suffered. It is a new Virginia of reduced expectations.
Yet one piece of succulent fat still hangs from the bone. The General Assembly should trim down.