Today the General Assembly will reconvene to vote on Governor McDonnell’s 123 ammendments to bills passed this session, including the state budget.
Governor McDonnell used tax day as an opportunity to sign into law several bills aimed at government reform, including one that would limit contributions to his office.
On tax day, one think tank has issued criticism of Governor McDonnell and the state legislature for what they say is a six million dollar tax increase on Virginian families.
For the second time in a week Governor Bob McDonnell is receiving criticism from African American leaders.
Governor Bob McDonnell has completed his review of all legislation passed by the General Assembly this session.
Last night Mayor Dwight Jones and his administration listened to public concerns regarding his proposed budget at a forum at Westover Hills Elementary School.
Charles Fishburne talks with the state’s newly appointed Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, farmer and delegate, Matt Lohr.
The Obama administration’s plans to overhaul the No Child Left Behind law that went to Congress yesterday promises to “set a high bar – but provide flexibility to reach it. But as Charles Fishburne reports, it may not be flexible enough for Virginia educators.
Virginia’s Public School districts are reacting to the House and Senate’s proposed amendments to the 2010-2012 biennial budget.
A bill that would add sexual orientation to the state’s existing non-discrimination policy will go before a house sub committee today, state Republican leaders are once again calling on Congress and the President to start over on health care reform and a pro choice license plate has again been approved by the House, with a significant change.