Since the politically divided General Assembly's regular session ended in February without an agreement on adjustments to the two-year spending plan that became law last year, budget negotiators have been meeting sporadically to continue talks.
Here’s a quick rundown of some of the laws that Gov. Glenn Youngkin has signed or amended since Virginia’s General Assembly adjourned in February. Lawmakers will consider these changes Wednesday when they reconvene in Richmond.
Glenn Youngkin won election two years ago as a purported moderate focused on making Virginia a better place to live and work. His recent actions and travel schedule indicate that his focus is actually everywhere but the Old Dominion.
Education is a hot topic in the commonwealth, so Dogwood sat down with Del. Schuyler VanValkenburg to discuss the issue–not just from a legislator’s perspective, but from an actual teacher’s point of view.
Richmond City Council’s proposed budgets increase police funding, Virginia Volvo plant workers go on strike, and Richmond advocates call for a new school building. Daily Number 13 – That’s the number of people who were killed during the Columbine High School shooting on this day in 1999. The shooting and attempted bombing carried out by...