Virginia’s brick-and-mortar business operators are asking lawmakers to require online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases made by Virginia residents.
Articles by Craig Carper
The state Senate has passed the repeal of Virginia’s longstanding one-gun-a-month law.
A bill that would require identification at polling places in order to vote now has passed both houses of the General Assembly.
The House of Delegates has approved a bill that would allow private adoption agencies to deny applicants based on religious or moral objections, including objections to homosexual applicants.
The Virginia House of Delegates has voted to repeal the "King’s Dominion Law." Repeal would allow public schools to begin classes before Labor Day without a state waiver. The longtime law's unofficial name stems from its support by the tourist and hospitality industry and the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.
The "castle doctrine" bill, which attempts to shield individuals who use deadly force against potentially violent intruders has passed the state Senate.
The Republican controlled House of Delegates votes to repeal Virginia’s longstanding one-gun-a-month law.
A bill that would require a woman to receive an ultrasound image before getting an abortion has passed the Virginia Senate.
The House of Delegates has advanced a bill that would require Virginians to present photo identification at their polling places in order to vote. Craig Carper reports.
Mayor Dwight Jones discussed accomplishments from 2011 as well as goals for 2012 in his state of the city address last night at Thomas Jefferson High School. Craig Carper reports.