Republican Delegate John O'Bannon of Henrico will offer legislation fighting childhood obesity, introducing a Tea Party license plate and supporting a measure that would let two thirds of the states repeal a federal law.
Articles by Craig Carper
Democratic Senator Don McEachin of Richmond will be offering legislation in the upcoming session prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation for state agencies, expanding funding for legal services for the poor and giving land owners whose property is foreclosed upon the right to a day in court. Craig Carper reports.
Could Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli be a viable candidate for Governor in 2013? Craig Carper reports.
In the first in a series of 2011 General Assembly previews, Democratic Delegate Joe Morrissey of Henrico is submitting several bills on controversial topics for the upcoming session. Craig Carper reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell is proposing more new spending initiatives than cuts to the state budget for the first time since the start of the recession. Craig Carper reports.
Gov. Mcdonnell says the state will buy the VCU parking lot and turn it over to the City of Richmond for preservation.
Governor McDonnell is asking state workers to begin contributing to the state’s strained retirement system for the first time in 27 years. Craig Carper reports.
Yesterday Governor Bob McDonnell and Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling announced the second phase of their Jobs and Opportunity economic development agenda.
Governor Bob McDonnell is again calling for the complete elimination of funding for public broadcasting in the Commonwealth. Craig Carper reports.
A U.S. District Court Judge has ruled the mandate to purchase health insurance found in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. Craig Carper reports.