At a recent quarterly meeting featuring members of the Chesterfield School Board and members of the County Board of Supervisors, one of the topics was how to coordinate all the trauma care resources in the county with those that are in place in schools.
As legislators headed back to their districts without a budget Saturday afternoon (3/10), Governor Ralph Northam said he remains optimistic.
When lawmakers and their staff pack up their capitol offices and leave at the end of a legislative session, they’re typically only coming back for public meetings and considering vetoes and amendments from the Governor. But this year’s legislative session has now officially come and gone without a budget to show. That means lawmakers will have to return to work out their disagreements in a special session.