No sticker price on the Shenandoah National Park? If you have to ask . . .
Del. Bob Marshall can be counted upon to entertain his fellow Virginians with creative, if impractical, bills each year. He likes to get an early start drafting legislation before the General Assembly convenes in January, which has the added benefit of providing him with plenty of attention during the holidays, when his less publicity-hungry colleagues are busy baking cookies and stringing icicle lights from their front porches.
The legislative roll-out is a bit like Marshall’s own version of the 12 Days of Christmas, although he has already filed 15 bills and two resolutions, and it’s only Dec. 11.