... faces stiff opposition in Senate
Delegate Chris Saxman (R-Staunton) introduced a bill that would prevent legislators, the governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and members of the Virginia congressional delegation from attending Party-sponsored fundraisers during a regular General Assembly session. His concern was the influence such events could have over legislators. The bill overwhelmingly passed the House 95-1.
It now goes to the Democrat-controlled Senate where it will likely face stiff opposition.
Cross-posted at SixtyFour81.com