Isabel Soisson is a multimedia journalist who has worked at WPMT FOX43 TV in Harrisburg, along with serving various roles at CNBC, NBC News, Philadelphia Magazine, and Philadelphia Style Magazine.
These six laws could have economic implications on the lives of Virginians, boosting their wages, giving them more rights on the job, and a whole lot more.
The Biden administration has invested billions into improving mental health care in the United States.
Funds for Norfolk’s “I-264 Reconnecting Communities” project aim to address the fact that communities of color have been cut off from job centers, educational hubs, food markets, and more.
Women have suffered through ectopic pregnancies, miscarriages, fetal anomalies, and other complications, but have found it difficult to get the care they need due to restrictive abortion bans.
House Republicans’ latest attack on the Inflation Reduction Act comes in the form of the Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023, which would repeal or shorten clean energy and manufacturing incentives.
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week, and Virginia’s school board elections are especially notable this year, as the Old Dominion has faced numerous book bans, racist attacks on history standards, and widespread teacher shortages across the state.
A jury awarded magazine writer E. Jean Carroll $5 million in compensatory and punitive damages. Since this was a civil case, however, the former president will not face jail time.
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