Joe Stanley’s policy blog.

For in-depth policy discussion from a Democratic perspective, I recommend Joe Stanley’s new blog. In the past few days he’s written extensively about Del. Terry Kilgore’s power company regulation bill and the results of his meeting about the bill with the Association of Electric Cooperatives. Joe is with the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy (who owns Richmond Sunlight) and he’s an alumnus of the Sorensen Institute’s High School Leaders Program

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2 replies on “Joe Stanley’s policy blog.”

  1. Hey, thanks for the shout-out, but just a quick clarification. This blog will not at any point represent the views of the Virginia Interfaith Center, and I’m already a bit worried people may assume such. For the Interfaith Center’s take on things, check out our staff blog.

  2. Thanks for pointing this out. I’m only interested in politics as a means to an end (better policy decisions being the end), and my tolerance for online discussions of politics – esp. in Virginia – has hit an all time low. This looks to be a bright spot amongst all that.

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