Friday, January 31, 2014

Week 4 Update

January 31, 2014

Brenda Roberts

Finishing Up Week 4

Week Four Update
Week Four Update


I wanted to share with you our accomplishments from the 4th week in the General Assembly. We have had great success with our legislative priorities and have worked hard to further the economic prospects of the 85th district and Virginia.  Below I want to go over some of the wins we have had this week:

HB 341 -  Part of my alternative fuels legislation, this bill incentivizes large commercial vehicles to convert to the more environmentally friendly and economical natural gas. It passed through the House today 90-5 and will now go to the Senate for consideration. Large trucks are the number one user of foreign oil. They are now one step closer to getting a break on overweight permits, as natural gas tanks are slightly heavier. This is another bill that helps our economy, reduces carbon emissions, and helps Virginia lead the way in alternative fuels.

HB 344 - This is a bill that combats online harassment and bullying. As the law stands currently, online harassment is a misdemeanor. HB 344 would expand this law to allow for a felony classification if the harassment is done by stealing the victim's identity.  



I joined the Military Veterans Caucus and our meeting this week was quite informative. In 2008, the GI Bill was updated with the enactment of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act, giving veterans with active-duty service on, or after, September 11, 2001, enhanced educational benefits that cover more educational expenses. These benefits include a living allowance, money for books, and the ability to transfer unused educational benefits to spouses or children. The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program or YRP) is a provision of the Post-9/11 GI Bill.  

George Washington University has a wonderful Veterans program for veterans that will ensure a free degree while using the Post-9/11 GI Bill. In addition, GWU is offering undergraduate degrees at 60% off to active-duty military, veterans, and their families

Please visit for more information.



The State Senate is now evenly divided with 20 Democrats and 20 Republicans.  Previously, the State Senate had organized as a Republican majority due to then-Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling (R) casting tie-breaking votes. With the election of Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam (D), the Senate has reorganized with a Democrat majority.  The practical effect of this is that it will be more difficult to get conservative legislation through the Senate. 



Medicaid expansion was a pressing issue last year, and it is an even more consequential issue this year. My office has received several inquiries from constituents on the status of Medicaid expansion in Virginia and where I stand on the issue. I do not support Medicaid expansion in Virginia, and I do not believe an expansion decision will be made this session.

Under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), Medicaid could be expanded to cover an additional 400,000 new recipients in the commonwealth. The federal government has promised to cover 100% of expansion costs for the first 3 years and 90% after that.

The House Republican Caucus believes expanding a broken Medicaid system is a bad choice for Virginia. Currently, Medicaid costs the commonwealth almost $9 billion a year and consumes about 22% of our general fund budget. It is the fastest growing part of our budget, growing at an average of 8% annually. Expansion could potentially cost an additional $1 billion a year if the federal government does not live up to their promise to pay 90% of the cost.

Historically, we have seen the actual costs far outpace the original projections for nearly every major entitlement program in the last 50 years. When Medicare was originally created in the 1960s, it was projected to cost $12 billion annually by 1990. In 1990, Medicare actually cost $110 billion. Today it's over $500 billion.



Pictured: Venus Marshall, Carl Wright, and Judith Jeffrey of the NAACP
We also had visits from:
  • VHTA Virginia Hospitality & Tourism Association  
  • Friends Bill Gambrel, and Chris Savvides.
  • Lynnhaven River Now - Dr. Barakey, Dr. Picardi
  • Virginia Beach's Commissioner of Revenue Phil Kellam and City Councilman John Uhrin
  • Equality Virginia
  • VA Films
  • Massey Cancer Research Center

I truly enjoyed all of the visits and am looking forward to next week. As always, it is a pleasure and honor to serve you. I will continue to earn it every day.


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The News with Sen. Cruz - January 31, 2014


January 31, 2014


This week, President Obama had the opportunity to answer critical questions that millions of Americans are asking across the country. Unfortunately, he dodged them, which is precisely why so many Americans have lost trust in this President.

He should have addressed the IRS’s illegal targeting of conservatives, announced action to find out why four Americans died in a preventable terrorist attack in Benghazi, taken steps to protect Americans from unjustifiable privacy violations by the federal government, provided Americans relief from Obamacare’s hurtful effects, and committed to pro-growth policies to get more Americans working.

Instead, he showed that he refuses to hold himself or members of his Administration accountable to the American people.

Please keep reading below for an update on my latest actions to keep getting answers that are long overdue.

All the best,

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President Obama Dodged Our Questions

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Sen. Cruz called on the President to answer five key questions on the topics below before the State of the Union Address. The President failed to adequately do so on every count.

1) Regarding the IRS’s illegal targeting of conservatives, Sen. Cruz asked:

Will the President allow the Department of Justice to appoint a special prosecutor to fully investigate the IRS's illegal targeting of conservatives? The President should be eager to prove he has clean hands on this issue. He professed to be angry and outraged by the IRS abuse. Will he pledge to stop new IRS rules that restrict the free speech of non-profit groups?

More than 250 days have passed since President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder professed outrage at the IRS’s wrongful conduct. President Obama pledged to work “hand in hand” with Congress to find out the truth and ordered the Department of Justice to conduct a criminal investigation. Since then, the Administration has stonewalled any meaningful investigation, no one has been indicted, and it has been reported that the FBI does not plan to file criminal charges. Even a top IRS official implicated in the targeting has been able to avoid testifying before Congress, temporarily received paid leave, and eventually quietly retired.

Meanwhile, the IRS is proposing new agency rules that would effectively legalize future scrutiny of conservative groups by forcing them to disclose its donors if they wished to engage in voter education. At the same time, the Department of Justice assigned a partisan Democrat, who has donated $6,570 to President Obama and the Democratic National Committee in recent years, to lead the investigation into actions at the IRS. This, on its face, is a conflict of interest.

2) Regarding the attacks on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Sen. Cruz asked:

Will the President call on Congress to form a Joint Select Committee to finally discover the truth of why four Americans perished in a preventable terrorist attack in Benghazi 16 months ago?

President Obama said nothing. More than 16 months after the September 11, 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, we still do not know why our facilities were denied proper security, why no military assets were positioned near a known terrorist hotspot, why the attacks were immediately blamed on a non-existing protest by the highest levels of the Obama administration, and why no one in Washington or Libya has been held responsible for the attacks.

What we do know is four brave Americans were murdered in preventable terrorist attacks. Congress, the American people, and the families of the victims are still waiting for answers on Benghazi. President Obama, however, did not believe this subject merited a single word of his 7,000-word speech.

3) Regarding ongoing concerns about the federal government’s intrusion into our personal lives, Sen. Cruz asked:

Will the President act to ensure that the privacy of law-abiding citizens is protected from unjustifiable violations by arms of the federal government such as the NSA, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Internal Revenue Service, and Department of Health and Human Services?

Although President Obama has previously created a task force to explore reforming practices by the National Security Agency, he didn’t offer any real action to protect the privacy of law-abiding citizens in his State of the Union Address.

He said nothing about the IRS targeting conservative groups seeking to exercise First Amendment rights. The fact that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) still has not put proper protections in place to safeguard personal information from security flaws that now exist on the Obamacare websites, or to restrain the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) from using its virtually unfettered authority to conduct financial surveillance should worry all Americans.

4) Regarding the pain Obamacare is causing millions of Americans all over the country, Sen. Cruz asked:

Will the President finally recognize that it was a mistake to ram through Obamacare on a party-line vote and that, right now, it is hurting millions of Americans? Will he take real responsibility for misleading the American people when he falsely promised “if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan” and “if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor”? Will he acknowledge that he doesn’t have the power to unilaterally rewrite the health law for powerful favored interests such as big business and Congress? And will he finally work with Congress to repeal Obamacare and start over, adopting instead reforms that will make healthcare more personal, portable, and affordable?

President Obama offered no apology for the millions of Americans who have lost their insurance plans, or stand to lose their insurance plans due to Obamacare. He expressed no regrets for causing Americans to lose their doctors, either. He said in his speech he would “take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families” but every time he has done so to change Obamacare, it was to benefit the elites—big business and Members of Congress—at the expense of American families. And, instead of extending a hand to Republicans to pursue commonsense reforms to make healthcare more personal, portable, and affordable, he chastised them for opposing Obamacare.

5) Regarding the terrible Obama economy, Sen. Cruz asked:

Will the President recognize that his economic policies have failed to create the millions of jobs that he promised and have, instead, reduced the labor force participation rate to its lowest level in decades? Will he commit to commonsense, job-creating policies such as the immediate authorization of the Keystone Pipeline, a moratorium on new regulations, and fundamental tax reform for every American?

President Obama claimed more than 8 million new jobs were created and that the unemployment rate is the lowest in the past five years, ignoring the fact that too many people are still unemployed and too many have given up hope of finding a job. The labor force participation rate is at its lowest point since 1978—an alarming 62.8 percent.

There is a 4.5 million jobs gap between the Obama Recovery and the average post-1960 average recovery. In comparison to President Reagan over the same comparable period, a Reagan Recovery would have produced 7 million more jobs.

If President Obama were truly committed to job creation, he would pursue commonsense, bipartisan proposals, such as authorization of the Keystone Pipeline. But, Keystone did not get a single mention.

Finally, President Obama admitted the need to cut red tape in some cases but promised more regulation in other cases. Americans don’t need more regulations to support special interests; they need a fair playing field in which the free market can create more jobs.

Click here to read Sen. Cruz's op-ed in the Wall Street Journal further discussing the President’s lawlessness.

Attorney General Holder Says IRS Investigation Doesn’t Warrant Special Prosecutor

On Wednesday, Sen. Cruz asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to answer questions about the ongoing IRS investigation, specifically in regards to the naming of a major Obama donor as a lead investigator into IRS's illegal targeting of conservatives.

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In an exchange with Sen. Cruz at the 9:41 mark, Attorney General Holder says the IRS investigation does not warrant the appointment of a special prosecutor.

Sen. Cruz asks Attorney General Holder, “I would call upon you to carry out the tradition of independence that attorneys general have honored that office with for centuries and protect the integrity of the Department of Justice, given the political sensitivities, given the fact that individual citizens believe they are being persecuted by the Department of Justice for partisan reasons. It would further Justice and further the integrity of the Department of Justice for you to appoint a special prosecutor with a meaningful degree of independence to investigate and find out what happened, and I would suggest that any special prosecutor should have integrity beyond reproach, and not be a major Obama donor.”

General Holder responded, “I don’t think that there is a basis for us to conclude on the information as it presently exists that there is any reason for the appointment of the independent counsel…The notion that somehow this has caused a loss of faith in this Justice Department is inconsistent with the facts.”

Additionally, earlier in the hearing, at the 5:10 mark, Attorney General Holder denied he had any reason to believe the IRS investigation is conflicted, saying, “I don't have any basis to believe that the people who engaged in this investigation are doing so in a way other than investigations are normally done. That is by looking at the facts, applying the law to those facts, and reaching the appropriate conclusion. I don't have any basis to believe anything other than that is occurring.”

Sen. Cruz responded, “I would say a lot of American citizens have a basis to believe it, given 282 days have passed and no on has been indicted; 280 days have passed and many, if not all, of the victims have not even been interviewed; 280 days have passed and apparently the anger and outrage that both the President and you expressed has utterly disappeared. Indeed, in last night's State of the Union address the President did not so much as mention the word 'IRS.' So the anger and outrage sees very little manifestation in actual action."

Cruz Files Amicus Brief on Behalf of Senators Defending Religious Liberty from Obamacare Contraception Mandate

This week, Sen. Cruz joined by Sens. John Cornyn, R-Texas, Mike Lee, R-Utah, and David Vitter, R-La., filed an amicus brief in support of the challenge by Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties against Obamacare’s contraception mandate.

“The First Amendment guarantees every American the right to free exercise of religion,” said Sen. Cruz. “Yet, the Obama Administration has chosen repeatedly to break the law by giving breaks to big business and Congress, while refusing to grant those same waivers to people with sincerely held religious beliefs.”

In the brief, the senators document the numerous ways in which the Obama Administration has unilaterally ignored the text of the law, while at the same time failing to protect Americans’ religious liberties.

“The various delays and exceptions that the Administration has announced all have one effect: exempting even more health care plans from the requirements of the ACA,” the brief says. “In each instance, the beneficiaries of these exemptions are the politically powerful and well-connected. The Administration, however, refuses to grant the same leniency to those for whom the contraception mandate violates their sincere religious beliefs.”

Specifically, the senators point to the Administration’s unilateral decision to delay the health insurance requirements, the cap on out-of-pocket costs, the expansion of the employer mandate penalty, and the granting of health subsidies to Members of Congress and Congressional staff as examples of how the Administration has ignored the text of the law.

“We will not stand by as President Obama continues to skirt the law, selectively enforcing Obamacare and hand-picking winners and losers to satisfy his political agenda,” said Sen. Cornyn. “I join in filing this brief to protect the rights of all Texans and all Americans to practice their religious beliefs without obstruction from the federal government.”

"The ability to practice the faith we choose is one of our great Constitutional rights. The Obama administration's contraceptive mandate stomps on that right," added Sen. Vitter.


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2014 General Assembly Update: Week 4...Don't forget to RSVP for District Day!

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96th District, Virginia House of Delegates     January 31, 2014
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While many Virginians enjoyed snow days this week, the members of the legislature reported to work on time. Very rarely does the General Assembly cancel committee meetings or session. In fact, I am only aware of one instance of closure--back in February of 2010.

One of the biggest issues facing the General Assembly members this year is the decision regarding Medicaid expansion. Throughout the past few weeks, I have received countless emails from constituents who are concerned about this issue. If you've written to me about this matter, you have likely received my response that I do not support Medicaid expansion. I'd like to share some details guiding my decision.

According to the Virginia Secretary of Health, Dr. Hazel, thirty percent of all healthcare spending is waste, fraud and abuse. Of greater concern, nearly thirty percent of all physicians refuse to see Medicaid patients. As a result of this limited access, studies in other states have indicated that Medicaid enrollees are 40% more likely to visit emergency rooms, thereby driving up costs. For this reason, Virginia's Democrats and Republicans agreed last year to implement reforms prior to expansion. 


To this end, the Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission (MIRC) was established in 2013 and has been working to draft reforms to improve Virginia's Medicaid system.  Some of these reforms include the implementation of a quality payment and incentive program and a coordinated-care program for individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. Additionally, the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission (JLARC) has been directed to perform a comprehensive audit of Medicaid and to make recommendations about additional reforms. As you may recall, the 2010 audit of VDOT revealed over $1.5 billion in unspent funds. Similarly, in Illinois, an audit determined that more than half of the state's Medicaid population should not have been enrolled in the program.


Because Medicaid currently constitutes 21% of Virginia's general fund spending and has grown by 1600% over the past thirty years, a lack of significant reform could leave Virginia in a precarious financial position.  With 30% of every healthcare dollar wasted and the Medicaid system growing at an annual average of 8% in Virginia, the audit is an important first step in guaranteeing a more efficient and effective system.


As the discussion about Medicaid continues, I hope you find these facts helpful. I appreciate all of you who have provided feedback about this issue, especially those who completed my survey. Tellingly, 94% of survey respondents opposed the expansion of Medicaid in the Commonwealth.

February 18: District Day with special guest
Speaker of the House William Howell
Please take this opportunity to watch the General Assembly at work! On Tuesday, February 18, I will host a District Day in Richmond. If you are a resident of the 96th District and desire to learn more about the legislative process, please mark your calendar. The day will run from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.  In addition to touring the capitol and viewing committee meetings and session, attendees will also hear from Speaker Howell. Lunch will be provided, and there is no charge to attend this event.  Attendees are limited to the first twenty respondents from the 96th District, so please reply promptly!  To RSVP, call 804-698-1096 or email  A detailed agenda will be provided as the date approaches.  
2014 Budget Amendment: Efficient & effective delivery of Medicaid services for individuals with mental health challenges
Because Medicaid reform and mental health care are top priorities of the General Assembly, I am excited to share information about a budget amendment that I submitted this year.  If adopted, the amendment will require adults seeking Medicaid services for mental health to undergo a face-to-face evaluation. This process, entitled the Virginia Independent Clinical Assessment Program (VICAP), ensures that individuals receive a personal assessment of their needs so that the correct services are provided.  

To share some history, in 2011, the General Assembly budget implemented VICAP screening for children seeking Medicaid services for mental health.  As a result, children and families were provided with a licensed clinical independent assessment and diagnosis. Following this evaluation, recommendations were made for the correct level of intervention and treatment--not the level of service that a provider happened to deliver (and bill to Medicaid). Also, families were required to participate in the delivery of services to their children, whereas prior to VICAP, parents could avoid participation in their children's behavioral health treatment.  Over the course of two years, $109 million in Medicaid funds were saved as a result of the implementation of VICAP for children. 

Respondents to my session survey listed "cut government spending" as their top priority. Ranked a close second was the option to "streamline government programs and services." If adopted in the budget, a requirement for VICAP screening for adults will accomplish both of these goals. Simply stated, the program provides higher quality mental health services while cutting costs.
Visitors in the General Assembly Building
Although the wintry weather deterred a few visitors, I am happy to share that the following folks were not dissuaded by the snow:

Brian Wise
Deanne Deschenes
Anthony Bavuso
Annete Parsons
Angela Karaktin
Reverend Charles Swadley
Visitors Welcome!
As always, if you are in Richmond during the upcoming weeks, please stop by my office in Room 403 of the General Assembly Building located at the corner of 9th and Broad Streets. 
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We must take back the Senate in 2014. We must stop Obama and Harry Reid from ramming their radical agenda down our throats.

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Democrats are mounting a massive assault on the Bluegrass State, and millions of dollars in special interest money are pouring in. Obama will stop at nothing to turn Kentucky blue.

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He can't win because he voted for TARP. He voted for unconstitutional NSA spying. He voted to fund ObamaCare.

Robert, Mitch McConnell can't win, but Matt Bevin can. Matt Bevin is a lifelong entrepreneur, not a career politician. He's a Constitutional Conservative. He will stand with Ted Cruz, and Mike Lee in the next big fight. Bevin will rein in unconstitutional NSA spying, and unlike Mitch McConnell, he will never surrender to Barack Obama and Harry Reid.

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Robert, we’re going to take the Senate this year.

We’re going to fire 6 Democrats.

That means Harry Reid won’t be Senate Majority Leader. And Robert, that leaves you with a choice. We can either fire Mitch McConnell on May 20th and have a patriot like Ted Cruz or Mike Lee as Senate Majority Leader, or we can let Mitch keep the job. 

I don’t know about you, but I’d rather have Ted Cruz lead the Senate than Mitch McConnell. I don’t want anyone who voted for TARP, Higher Taxes, or Obama’s NSA leading the Republican Party. 

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Mitch McConnell has a primary opponent that can win. His name is Matt Bevin. He is a Constitutional Conservative who spent years building his family business. He believes in Freedom. And we can trust him to fight for Liberty.

He wouldn’t have voted for TARP. He will fight to repeal ObamaCare. And Robert, if Bevin beats McConnell, he’ll help elect a real conservative Majority Leader. He’ll be better than McConnell. And he’ll ensure that the Republican Majority Leader isn’t a RINO.

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