Charlottesville Delegate David Toscano evaluates his freshman session in the General Assembly

Delegate David Toscano of Charlottesville and Albemarle County recaps his freshman term in the Virginia General Assembly, a blockbuster session which lasted from January 11 and lasted until June 28. The conversation begins with a discussion of the rules set forth on the first day, and extends to a talk about what Toscano believes are the highlights and lowlights of the session. He is proud of the raise in teacher salaries.

If you want to know what it’s like to be a first-term legislator, take a listen. At ten minutes in, Toscano talks about the hazing that goes on, as well as the “pop-up” rule. Listen in and find out which day was his worst in the House.

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