An advocacy group for low and middle income Virginians is speaking to seniors about potential cuts to Social Security. Craig Carper reports.
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Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says he expects a decision on his suit against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act any day now. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli leads fellow Republican Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling nearly 2 to 1 in a recent gubernatorial primary poll, but he has yet to say if he’s even running in 2013. Craig Carper interviewed the attorney general.
A coalition of progressive groups is calling on Governor McDonnell and the General Assembly to balance next year's budget with additional taxes.
Governor McDonnell has announced $800,000 dollars in grant projects to increase tourism in Virginia localities. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, a leader of the bipartisan Gang of Six, says that while he's pleased that the government will be able to meet its financial obligations, there's still plenty of work to do to get the annual deficit under control. WCVE's Craig Carper reached him in Washington.
Today the Virginia General Assembly will reconvene to name two justices to the Virginia Supreme Court and two appellate court judges. Craig Carper reports.
Richmond City Council has approved an official construction plan for the city's first new jail in 40 years. Craig Carper reports.
Governor McDonnell’s office has announced 3 million dollars in structural
revitalization grants for distressed communities. Craig Carper reports.
The Virginia Crime Commission is studying the merits of “Caylee’s Law” as well as other issues dealing with child safety in the Commonwealth. Craig Carper reports.