Outgoing governor touts economic and cultural achievements at joint session of House of Delegates and state Senate.
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Gilbert sworn in as speaker, strikes unifying tone
The new House Republican majority laid out its legislative agenda as the General Assembly convened in Richmond.
A new era begins
The Virginia General Assembly reconvenes today for its 2022 session, with Republicans set to hold all three statewide offices and the majority in the House of Delegates.
Roanoke sets vaccine mandate for city employees
Vaccine-or-testing policy could go in effect by Feb. 1 if U.S. Supreme Court upholds federal requirements.
Transgender course reversal?
State Sen. Travis Hackworth wants to repeal a law that requires school districts to follow state guidance for the treatment of transgender students.
An end to political delay tactics?
A bill by Sen. David Suetterlein would require political leaders to call special elections within 30 days of a legislative vacancy opening.
Deeds vows to move to Charlottesville
Democrat’s relocation leaves his old district with Republicans Obenshain and Hanger.
Is this the end of crumbling schools?
Ending fiscal year 2021 with the largest budget surplus in history, Virginia is ready to take on the school infrastructure crisis.
March suddenly parts ways with GOP strategist convicted on federal corruption charges
John Tate was pardoned by former President Trump last year; his wife Beth was announced as the delegate’s legislative aide shortly before the couple’s sudden departure.
Griffith to run again in 9th despite map that puts him in 6th
After the Virginia Supreme Court approves new maps, Cline runs in the 6th District, Griffith in the 9th.