Leaders from Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. are encouraging Americans not to travel to the nation’s Capital for President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration and instead ask that people join virtually.
Republican candidate for governor Kirk Cox is weighing in on the fight brewing on Capitol Hill over certifying the election results. He’s also discussing elements of his COVID-19 economic recovery plan.
Under this new organization, the Office of Civil Rights will grow to a staff of 13, including seven attorneys and six professional staff, including investigators, working to protect Virginians’ civil rights and put a stop to violations.
Charlottesville and Albemarle County’s commonwealth's attorneys are participating in a letter to the General Assembly, calling on state legislators to take up criminal justice reform in the upcoming session.
Since 1996, the cost of a single vial of insulin has ballooned nearly 1,200%. Virginia's General Assembly passed a bill that caps the copay for insulin at $30 for a 30-day supply. The law takes effect January 1.
More 1,200 people have applied for eight spots on the Virginia’s new redistricting commission. But the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported Wednesday that the pool of applicants does not appear to reflect the state’s diversity.
20th District Senator Bill Stanley is hoping a third time’s the charm. He’s bringing back legislation that would help improve outdated schools across the commonwealth and he says 2021 might just be the year the General Assembly says yes.
Governor Ralph Northam’s 2021 budget aims to help Virginians navigate the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic, provide much-needed relief for working families, and position the commonwealth to quickly rebuild our economy.
Prisons are divided into “zones.” Inmates have been given personal protective equipment. Visitation is canceled. Testing has ramped up. Still, the positive COVID-19 cases continue to climb within Virginia prisons.