Sen. Mark Warner

Sen. Mark Warner

U.S. Senator Mark Warner says the attempt by ISIS to  inspire lone-wolf terrorist attacks justifies a recent increase in security at military installations in Virginia and across the country. In a wide-ranging interview, Warner tells WFIR news that ISIS has been “extraordinary” in its use of social media in an attempt to recruit copycat terrorists who might attack U.S. targets.  Sen. Warner serves on the Senate Intelligence Committee.  Hear more from him on the ISIS threat:

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This week Sen. Warner will be re-introducing the “BRIDGE Act.”  It’s described as “a targeted, bipartisan effort to provide an additional tool for state and local governments to partner with the private sector to invest in infrastructure.” Sen. Warner talks about why the current state of roads, bridges and other infrastructure is “a huge problem”:

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Sen. Warner says he believes the developing drone technology could be “as big as wireless communications.”  He talks about the potential, and the need to balance commerce with security:

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On Virginia’s role as a 2016 presidential battleground state, and his role in the coming campaign:
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