The Peninsula's House of Delegates members sponsored a slew of bills -- 53, actually -- and it looks as if they've managed to get their fellow legislators and now the governor to say 16 of them are good ideas.
The other 37 died, mostly before General Assembly subcommittees or committees.
Here's a run down:
Del. Mamye BaCote, D-Newport News. In what will be her last session, the retiring Newport News delegate had four bills enacted into law, while four died. Of special interest - legislation saying Hampton politicians can't run for mayor and a city council seat at the same time is now law, but her proposal to ban guns in libraries died
Del. Gordon Helsel,...