Charlottesville–Right Now: Fairfax delegate wants Assembly to be more accountable

Kenneth Plum has represented Fairfax County in the House of Delegates since 1978. He joins Coy Barefoot on the January 15th edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right now.Plum talks about the changes in his nearly thirty years in the General Assembly, as well as the recent switch that allows bills to be voted down in subcommittee without a recorded vote. Plum is the patron of a resolution to require all recorded votes to be captured (HR84). Plum also gives his thoughts about the idea of providing webcasts or videocasts of Assembly.

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