US District Judge Henry Hudson has urged the city and the ACLU to settle their dispute over paying police to control traffic for a May Day protest march through Richmond, or he says, he’ll decide for them.
Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court refused to put Virginia’s challenge to federal health care legislation on the fast track, and as Charles Fishburne reports, that could mean another year of legal limbo.
Democrats and Republicans in the state Senate began meetings yesterday evening in attempt to find a bipartisan compromise on a new redistricting proposal in the wake of Governor McDonnell’s veto. Craig Carper reports.
Legislators from both sides of the aisle paid tribute yesterday to the man who kept the House of Delegates running for the past 20 years, House Clerk Bruce Jamerson, who was found dead early Monday. Craig Carper reports.
Friday is Arbor Day and Dominion Resources, in partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, again has provided provided seedlings to help elementary school children learn the value of trees in our ecosystem and industry. John Ogle reports.