The Virginia legislature will weigh changes to the criteria and guidelines for grant applicants made by the Commission on School Construction and Modernization. Most of the proposals are designed to make funds more broadly and easily available.
He was first elected in 2018 to fill the seat vacated by Ben Cline when he was elected to Congress.
Bristol planned to ask stores to cease operations prior to Monday, when a judge extended an injunction allowing games to continue.
Delegate Marie March of Floyd County sought a criminal probe by state police over an ongoing zoning laws dispute. Prosecutors said evidence didn’t offer “even reasonable suspicion, much less probable cause” that Pulaski officials had broken the law.
After the shootings in Charlottesville and Chesapeake, Gov. Glenn Youngkin urged for more mental health services and side stepped a question about gun-control. State Sen. Creigh Deeds said, “it’s not an either-or situation,” and guns are still an important part of the discussion.
Just hours after Representative McEachin’s passing, Republican state delegate March used his death as excuse to criticize his efforts to protect abortion rights. Her comments stood in stark contrast with remarks made by other officials from both parties.
Prince Edward County’s new seal includes an image of the former Robert Russa Moton High School, which is considered the birthplace of America’s student-led Civil Rights revolution.
GOP state delegate believes it’s time for change in representation of the 9th Congressional District. But she stops short of announcing her own challenge.
A recent report shows that Virginia students have been underperforming in recent years. Under a new proposal, an optional waiver would be available for children who have fallen behind during the pandemic.
With General Assembly elections looming in 2023, the state’s GOP has no strategy for dealing with the former president’s grip on the party. Many Republicans simply don’t want to talk about Trump.