Transparency Virginia, a nonprofit, nonpartisan legislative watchdog group, released a report Tuesday highlighting “murky practices” and “disturbing” findings from the 2015 General Assembly session with regard to unrecorded votes and short notices for committee meetings.
Two types of medical marijuana extracts would be legal to possess and recommend for epilepsy treatment in Virginia under legislation … More
RICHMOND – “Hannah Graham would be alive today if Delegate Bell’s law had been passed 10 years ago. She would be … More
RICHMOND – Virginia could see a surge in charter schools in coming years as a proposed constitutional amendment begins the … More
Car title and payday loan vendors will face no new hurdles this year, after a House committee killed seven bills … More
Virginia schools should not be allowed to start classes before Labor Day, a coalition of state legislators and tourism officials … More
The Virginia Senate this week narrowly defeated a bill to deny in-state tuition to so-called “DREAM-ers” – young adults who … More