Stories tagged: "State Politics"

The Vaccine is Safe, Fauci Says
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know for Monday, March 1

RICHMOND-Restrictions lift in Virginia, more people can get vaccinated and the General Assembly made a couple last minute changes this weekend.

The vaccine became available to school teachers earlier this week.
Assembly Orders Virginia Schools to Offer In-Person Instruction

RICHMOND- It’s time to go back to class. The Virginia General Assembly wanted to deliver that message Thursday.

COVID Causes Changes for Schools
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Thursday, Feb. 25

RICHMOND-Virginia Republicans end up in an odd situation, a domestic workers' bill of rights passes and COVID comes to Central Virginia.

Medical assistant Shalice Wheeler, left, administers Covid-19 vaccine to physician assistant Matt Ferraro at UCHealth. (Photo by Hyoung Chang/MediaNews Group via Getty Images)
More Pharmacies Join Vaccine Distribution Program in Virginia

RICHMOND - Six pharmacy chains will join Virginia’s vaccine distribution next week.

The governor announced restrictions on gatherings and businesses are lessening Wednesday
Northam Eases COVID-19 Restrictions. What Does That Mean?

RICHMOND-Some restrictions on gatherings and businesses in Virginia will be eased beginning on Monday, March 1.

Another Independent Candidate Enters Governor’s Race

RICHMOND-This is officially the largest field for a governor’s race in Virginia history. On Tuesday, the 12th candidate declared.

Virginia Senate Puts Campaign Finance Reform on Hold

RICHMOND-Virginia politicians can still use campaign funds for whatever personal use they want.