The Library of Virginia doesn’t provide records from former governors like Bob McDonnell because it hasn’t catalogued them yet. The library says it’s severely understaffed, and is still cataloguing documents from former governor (and current Senator) Tim Kaine.
Articles by Ben Paviour
A court-appointed expert has finished drawing new legislative maps meant to address racial gerrymandering. Two of the most powerful Republicans in the House of Delegates could face much tougher elections next year if the maps are adopted.
The developers behind a $1.4 billion Richmond Coliseum redevelopment project are concerned a lengthy public review process could increase their borrowing costs and raise expenses in the project.
A plan to redevelop the Richmond Coliseum and the surrounding blocks calls for 680 new units of affordable housing. But some people say it won’t help the people who need it most.
Local business leaders say Richmond needs better bus service and faster trains if it’s going to stay economically competitive. That’s according to a new report from a group chaired by Dominion Energy CEO Tom Farrell.
A national Democratic group pledged $1 million on Monday to help Virginia Democrats take back the state legislature.
Most tenants don’t appeal evictions. But if they do, it can be stuck with huge upfront bills from the court. There is proposed legislation to change that.
The controversial former head of Virginia’s Department of Elections got a Congressional hearing on Wednesday as President Trump’s nominee to the Election Assistance Committee.
A group advocating against gerrymandering has put forward a new constitutional amendment that would take map-drawing out of the hands of lawmakers and hand it over to a ten person committee.