Central Virginian, where he outlined out a few of his thought. This is the first local exposure he has received from the smaller papers in the the 7th Congressional District.
Since this article is behind a subscription only pay wall, it has been re-posted on the Blue Louisa blog for others to read.
says payments are "unconstitutional".
This past January, Cuccinelli ruled that the states constitution prohibits grants to private charitable organizations. In the ensuing months, a review process of state grants was conducted, and payments to many agencies were suspended.
While the attorney general's opinions are considered advisory, it's clear that he intends to treat them as legally binding. His mean spirited back door approach ... er opinion affects not only agencies serving the poor and disabled, but as CleetusMaggard pointed out in an earlier post:
Will dramatically affect the ability of volunteer fire and rescue squads to operate. If there is such a thing as karmic justice, somewhere there is a chicken bone with his name on it.