A bipartisan coalition of state officials is working together to toughen Virginia’s human trafficking laws.
Articles by Craig Carper
Last week, a state Senate subcommittee killed a bill that would allow localities to start school before Labor Day without getting a state waiver, but a similar House bill remains alive.
One of the most conservative members in the House of Delegates is teaming up with one of the chamber’s most liberal members to simplify Virginia’s tax code. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia has reached a 10 year $2 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding the Commonwealth’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The House of Delegates has advanced a bill that would repeal the law requiring HPV vaccinations except for those who opt out.
The Republican-led State Senate Courts of Justice Committee has voted to repeal Virginia's limit on gun purchases to one a month.
House of Delegates Democrats say Governor Bob McDonnell’s proposed cuts to health care safety net programs are reckless.
Several Northern Virginia legislators are trying to improve parental notification requirements for disciplinary actions in public schools in response to a tragic incident in Fairfax County last year.
Yesterday, House of Delegates Republicans showcased a number of bills they hope will improve Virginia’s public schools, but they face strong opposition from the state’s leading teacher advocacy organization.
The General Assembly has passed a congressional redistricting plan that many Democrats say protects incumbents and dilutes minority voting power.