Anyway State Senator Mark Obenshain has a great editorial on the metro.
"Last week, the contractor for the first phase of the Silver Line Metro extension certified that Phase One was complete -- the second time such a certification had been made, and seven months after the project's target date. Whether Phase One is really complete this time is anyone's guess.
Two years ago, I carried legislation banning future state-funded union-only projects here in Virginia. At the time, opponents of the legislation crowed about the "exemplary track record" of contractors operating under project labor agreements in delivering those projects "on time and under budget."
Please take a moment to read my op-ed on this issue in Friday's Washington Times. With a new Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry plucked from the Virginia AFL-CIO, and 40% of McAuliffe's PAC funding coming from one labor union, it's clear that if we’re going to continue to enjoy the economic benefits of right-to-work, vigilance is the order of the day."