The House of Delegates and state Senate each rejected the other chamber’s budget and have begun the budget conference process in the General Assembly.
Articles by Craig Carper
The Virginia Senate has passed a budget over two weeks past the legislature’s scheduled adjournment.
Two years after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, citizens and lawmakers are divided on their opinion of the reform law.
Nearly two weeks after the adjournment of the regular General Assembly session, the Senate Finance Committee unanimously has passed a budget.
A skeleton crew of legislators was back at the state Capitol yesterday, to advance the special session so that Republicans and Democrats in the evenly divided Senate could continue their work toward agreement on the state’s next two-year budget.
A new poll shows the popularity of Governor Bob McDonnell and the General Assembly is significantly lower than before this year’s legislative session.
A small group of legislators will return to Capitol Square today to inch the frozen budget process forward, but there is likely still a lot of work ahead before the House of Delegates and Virginia Senate can pass a spending plan.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows President Obama leading all would-be Republican challengers in Virginia, regardless of the presence of Governor Bob McDonnell on the ticket.
Virginia congressman and U.S.House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is introducing a bill that will cut taxes for small businesses with fewer than 500 workers by 20 percent.