Two types of medical marijuana extracts would be legal to possess and recommend for epilepsy treatment in Virginia under legislation passed by the state Senate on Wednesday and sent to the governor for his signature. The Senate voted 37-1 in favor of HB 1445, which would allow Virginians suffering from epileptic seizures relief in the…
RICHMOND – “Hannah Graham would be alive today if Delegate Bell’s law had been passed 10 years ago. She would be alive and be a happy, successful student at the University of Virginia today.” In a tense, late-night committee meeting, Delegate Jackson Miller, R-Manassas, used that frank invocation of a still-fresh wound to sway his colleagues…
RICHMOND – Virginia could see a surge in charter schools in coming years as a proposed constitutional amendment begins the long journey toward passage. On a 21-17 vote, the Virginia Senate approved a joint resolution that would amend the Constitution of Virginia to allow the state Board of Education to establish such semi-autonomous specialty schools.
Car title and payday loan vendors will face no new hurdles this year, after a House committee killed seven bills that would have further regulated or even banned such businesses.
Virginia schools should not be allowed to start classes before Labor Day, a coalition of state legislators and tourism officials said Wednesday. They voiced support for the current law requiring schools to begin after Labor Day, the traditional end of the tourism season, unless they get permission from the state.
RICHMOND, Va. — It was a long election night of high anxiety for supporters of Sen. Mark Warner (D-Virginia) and his Republican challenger Ed Gillespie before the incumbent edged out a small lead shortly before midnight.
ICHMOND, Va. — Voters were heading to the polls across Central Virginia on Tuesday morning to select their next U.S. senator and to cast their votes in their district’s congressional races.
During the political uprising in Ukraine, and just before the Crimean referendum to secede and join Russia, a VCU student spent spring break visiting her family in the troubled nation.
Registration for summer classes is under way, but with some of the sessions as short as three weeks, can students really retain a semester’s worth of education in a fraction of the time?