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Focus on Fairfax Newsletter of Delegate David Bulova
November 2007

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

First of all, thank you very much for giving me the privilege of serving as your representative in Richmond for another two years.

With the elections over, I am sure that you are now wondering what to do with your extra time! Why not stop by Main Street Bagel this Saturday between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. for my last informal office hours of 2007? Thanks to everyone who has joined me for coffee over the past four months. Your feedback is the most valuable tool I have in Richmond and helps make me a better representative. If you can’t stop by, don’t hesitate to call or send an email.

Over the next few months I will be focusing on my legislative package for the 2008 General Assembly Session. I look forward to highlighting some of my initiatives in future newsletters and to hearing your ideas and suggestions.

Yesterday I received a draft of my first bill for 2008 – which is actually the result of a suggestion from a constituent. As many of you know, protecting individuals and families from identity theft is among my top priorities. One of the best ways to reduce identity theft is to minimize the amount of personal information that is written down where it can get into the wrong hands.

Earlier this year, it was brought to my attention that every applicant for a vehicle title must provide his or her Social Security number on the DMV-provided form. The form is then handled and processed by the dealership. After contacting DMV, they agreed that providing this information is not necessary for anyone who already has an established DMV record. Rather, a person’s driver’s license number is more than sufficient. The bill that I am introducing requires DMV to change these forms accordingly. While it is only one small step, sometimes that is how progress is made.

Next month, in addition to legislation, I will focus on Virginia’s tightening budget situation and how that will likely affect our community. Unlike the federal level, the Constitution of Virginia requires a balanced budget. How we prioritize our $72 billion biennial budget is the single most important job of the General Assembly. Stay tuned and see you around the District!


David Bulova

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