Gov. McDonnell says he won't call the legislature into session to consider his plan to privatize liquor sales.
Articles by Craig Carper
Perriello and Hurt faced off in front of a packed house at Piedmont Virginia Community College. The pair took questions on healthcare, education, the economy and immigration among others.
Yesterday Governor McDonnell met behind closed doors with his Joint Advisory Board of Economists to try to forecast the economic outlook for the upcoming year.
Yesterday Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Scott Angelle spoke about the future of domestic energy production at Governor McDonnell’s Conference on Energy. Craig Carper reports.
Yesterday a federal judge said he will rule by the end of the year on Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s suit against the health care reform law. Craig Carper reports.
Yesterday,oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens spoke at Governor McDonnell’s Conference on Energy and gave some serious challenges to government on the state and federal level. Craig Carper reports.
Yesterday Governor Bob McDonnell’s Commission on Higher Education Reform held its second meeting. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia public school advocacy groups say they want K-12 education to be a higher priority for Governor Bob McDonnell ... a school choice bill is causing some controversy ... and House Minority Leader Ward Armstrong is calling for changes to the way his chamber does business.
On Friday, Thelma Drake, the Director of the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transit spoke about the opportunities and challenges of expanding and modernizing railways in the Commonwealth as part of the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Eyes on Richmond speaker series. Craig Carper reports.
Last night, the two candidates running against 7th District Congressman Eric Cantor participated in a forum in Henrico, but the incumbent was absent.