WCVE Analyst Jeff Schapiro looks at disputed issues as the Virginia General Assembly session nears its half-way point.
Senate Democrats, now back in control of the upper chamber, passed two bills through committee yesterday to roll back parts of what they called in 2012 the GOP’s War on Women. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia's sex laws once again made national headlines yesterday, as the general assembly wrestles with statues that some say have passed their prime. Charles Fishburne reports,.
Another round of laws seeking to crack down on human trafficking are expected to sail through the General Assembly this year. Craig Carper reports.
The House and Senate have both passed adjustments to Governor McDonnell’s 2013 Education reform agenda, as well as changes to how the state administers the Standards of Learning tests. Craig Carper reports.
A bill that would eliminate the current requirement that dog’s who injure chickens be killed has unanimously passed a House subcommittee. Craig Carper reports.
Jeff Schapiro analyzes shift of power in state Senate, the McDonnell ethics proceedings, and 2014 elections.