The General Assembly has sent a bill to the Governor that would require schools to notify parents if subject material contains sexually explicit content.
Jane Roush fails to be confirmed to stay on Supreme Court after a vote in the House of Delegates.
A bill would seek a definition of what constitutes sexually explicit material in school texts, and would establish a proceedure to notify parents when such material will be used.
Jeff Schapiro from the Richmond Times-Dispatch joins WCVE's Craig Carper to look a the results of the Super Tuesday primaries.
Governor McAuliffe has vetoed the so-called "Tebow Bill," which would allow home-schooled children to play sports on public school teams, and the Assembly considers revising the penalties for brandishing a weapon.