The problem with Youngkin’s vetoes isn’t so much the vetoes, but the spirit of what they represent.
Rejected legislation would have helped victims of crime with healthcare debt.
Money to pay off bonds for Central Virginia Training Center. Life sciences labs in Roanoke and New River valleys. Flood relief for Hurley. A new state park in Highland County. A museum in Danville. And more . . .
Deeds joins Edwards as co-chair, leaves Privileges & Elections committee.
Democrat’s relocation leaves his old district with Republicans Obenshain and Hanger.
New maps drawn by court experts would put incumbents in the same districts in at least three Senate districts, two House districts and one congressional district.
Both Democratic and Republican mapmakers would put the only two Democratic state senators west of the Blue Ridge into Republican districts.