On Friday Governor McDonnell’s Commission on Government Reform held their first meeting, sharing ideas to streamline the way the state does business. Craig Carper reports.
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Governor Bob McDonnell took time Friday to respond to calls that he replace one of his advisors, Fred Malek, for his role in trying to eliminate Jews from the Nixon administration. Craig Carper reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell says he will have a detailed proposal for the privatization of the state’s ABC stores in the very near future. Craig Carper reports.
Yesterday members of the Virginia Interfaith Center met with representatives of Virginia’s two U.S. Senators to encourage them to support comprehensive environmental reform. Craig Carper Reports.
Last week, Governor Bob McDonnell, Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli spoke to a crowd of friends and families of fallen Virginia soldiers to honor them for their service. Craig Carper reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell has announced a new registration policy for commercial vehicles that his administration says will lead to more commercial fleets calling Virginia their home. Craig Carper reports.
A proposed study looking at alternative methods of treatment for violent sex offenders has passed subcommittee, and the House Rules Committee has killed a proposal that would have banned homosexuals from serving in the Virginia National Guard. Craig Carper reports.
This week, Governor Bob McDonnell decided not to apply for round two of the federal Race-to-the-Top grant program. Craig Carper reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell believes that President Obama’s decision to cancel plans for drilling off the coast of Virginia is premature. Craig Carper reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell says he and his team have made significant changes to make rights restoration for non-violent felons who have served their sentence the easiest it has ever been in the history of the Commonwealth. Craig Carper reports