Monday, November 15, 2004

Without the one-term limit, there would be fewer ex-governors

The AP reports here and the Washington Post reports here ("Gilmore Urges Panel to Change Va.'s Term Limit," 11/15/04) that Virginia's ex-governors agree that the one-term limit for the office of Governor of Virginia should be abolished.

This term limit makes as much sense to me as the limitations on the legislative and judicial branches, with the compressed legislative schedule and no appeal as of right in civil or non-capital criminal cases.

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