Your local animal shelter has dozens of cats, dogs, rabbits, and other critters just waiting to find their forever home. Here are some tips to help find the right furry companion for you and your family.
Republicans immediately rejected Biden's plan, but have yet to release their own budget. They have made it clear, however, that they want to apply deep spending cuts to everything from health insurance to food assistance benefits.
The bill’s signing comes as Democrats and LGBTQ advocates have expressed growing fear over the possibility that the landmark 2015 Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges—which legalized gay marriage nationwide—could be overturned following the Court’s decision to strike down Roe v. Wade earlier this year.
While the nutrition waivers served their purpose during the height of the pandemic, they are scheduled to expire on June 30. Despite the impending date, many school divisions in Virginia are pressing forward and offering free meals to students while school isn’t in session.
In the wake of the tragic Uvalde, Texas shooting, families across the commonwealth are figuring out how to best talk about the shooting with their children. Feelings of grief, anger, hopelessness, and sadness can overpower and overwhelm even the strongest person, because we are all human.