The Office of the Attorney General of Virginia will move forward with our lawsuit against the federal government and its unconstitutional overreach of its authority with the passage of the federal healthcare billVa. to challenge healthcare initiative Mar 22, 2010
We contend that if a person decides not to buy health insurance, that person -- by definition -- is not engaging in commerce, and therefore, is not subject to a federal mandateVa. to challenge healthcare initiative Mar 22, 2010
Regardless of whether you believe the law is constitutional or not, we should all agree that a prompt resolution of this issue is in everyone's best interestUnder the U.S. Supreme Court: Ginsburg chills healthcare speedup hopes Feb 13, 2011
Given the importance of the issues at stake to the states and to the economy as a wholeSupreme Court won't hear healthcare appeal Apr 25, 2011
I see troubling signs of bad faith on the part of Virginia Tech's detractorsJudge lets AG defend Va. Tech in lawsuits Jun 06, 2011
Kenneth Thomas 'Ken' Cuccinelli II (born July 30, 1968) is a U.S. politician and the Attorney General of Virginia. From 2002 until January 16, 2010 he was a Republican member of the Senate of Virginia, representing the 37th district in Fairfax County. A Republican convention selected him over two other candidates to run against Democrat Steve Shannon for Attorney General, and he won the November 2009 general election. He took office as Virginia's Attorney General in January 2010.
Cuccinelli was born in Edison, New Jersey. He graduated from Gonzaga College High School in 1986, and received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia, a J.D. degree from George Mason University School of Law, and an M.A. in International Commerce and Policy from George Mason University.
Cuccinelli has served on a number of state commissions, including: