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Gov. Ralph Northam at an event.
Virginia’s No. 1 for Business, but What About Workers?

The state used to rank dead last for worker conditions. That's changed.

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring held a panel discussion in honor of Women's History Month.
Lessons Learned: Virginia Leaders Talk About Women Who Inspired Them

RICHMOND-Mark Herring's mother grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. In the 1950s, she became a flight attendant.

Does Virginia Need to Repeal Its Right-to-Work Law?
What Is The Attorney General’s Worker Protection Unit?

RICHMOND-A new unit of the Virginia Attorney General’s office will tackle wage theft, payroll fraud, and other labor rights issues.

Does Virginia Need to Repeal Its Right-to-Work Law?
Does Virginia Need a Right-to-Work Law? State Lawmakers Will Have to Decide.

RICHMOND-Should Virginia repeal its right-to-work law?

Everything Isn't Tax Exempt
What’s in the COVID Relief Bill? Final Version Goes for a Vote

WASHINGTON D.C.-A final vote on relief happens today.

The Eviction Freeze is Ending. What Happens Next for Virginia Residents?

RICHMOND- Since the end of Virginia's original eviction freeze in June, 14,698 families have lost their homes.

Biotech Project Looks to Connect Startups with Virginia Cities
Biotech Project Will ‘Connect’ Startups to Virginia Cities

RICHMOND-New project aims to jumpstart interest in the Commonwealth as a place for biotech companies.