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Tag is honored to represent the 32nd District in the Virginia House of Delegates. Fighting for Education, Transportation funding, and balanced budgets, Tag is The Leadership We Trust in Richmond.

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Highly skilled teachers make the difference in children’s learning

Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Richmond Times-Dispatch Column: Greason The first day of school is an especially exciting time for parents who are sending their young children off to kindergarten for the first time. What we don’t often think about as those grinning (or, let’s be honest, sometimes crying) faces head into the classroom is that they are carrying so...Read More
NOVA Chamber Partnership Rates Greason A Top Legislator

Posted by on Aug 17, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Ashburn, VA– The Northern Virginia Chamber Partnership recently released their 2016 Virginia General Assembly Scorecard. The Partnership’s scorecard recognizes those legislators who supported pro-business and Chamber endorsed bills throughout the 2016 General Assembly Session. With a rating of 118.18%, Delegate Thomas A. “Tag” Greason (R-Ashburn) received the second highest score in the region. Greason, a...Read More
Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Holds Grand Opening

Posted by on May 17, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue hosted a grand opening of its new Company 6 building Sunday. Ashburn Supervisor Ralph M. Buona (R) said the station is “a symbol of the community and a testament that the volunteer system is still thriving today.” “I want to say, this was a true partnership between the volunteers and...Read More
Governor Signs Greason’s HB 831

Posted by on May 16, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed legislation Monday that calls for the state’s Board of Education to incorporate computer science, computational thinking and computer coding into Standards of Learning curriculum. The measure, signed at Franklin Military Academy in Richmond, was passed unanimously by both the Virginia Senate and the House of Delegates earlier this year and is...Read More
2016 Session Adjourns

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Dear Friends, It has been a long but productive winter here in Richmond. My colleagues and I have successfully completed our work on this session’s legislation and the 2016 – 2018 biennial budget for the Commonwealth. Our budget is a responsible, conservative, and structurally balanced roadmap for the next two years that makes targeted investments...Read More
Week 8 Update

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Dear Friends, We are now just one week away from the scheduled end of session. This week has been quite productive, as we are finishing our committee work. In the next week, we will be reviewing amendments from the Senate and continue working on the budget. As we enter the final week and wind down...Read More
2016 Session: Week 7 Update

Posted by on Feb 26, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Dear Friends, We are wrapping up our 7th week here in Richmond. Each week presents unique opportunities and challenges, but these past few days have been exceptionally dynamic. The House and Senate faced off in our annual charity basketball tournament, the House passed our version of the budget, and I made an important stand for...Read More
2016 Session: Week 6 Update

Posted by on Feb 19, 2016 in Articles, News, Uncategorized |

Dear Friends, We have officially reached the halfway point of the 2016 General Assembly Session, known as “Crossover,” which signifies the last day for the House to consider bills that originated in the House. From this point forward, the House will only consider legislation that originated in the Senate and vice versa. This Session, I...Read More

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