An estimated 2.7 million Virginians who take the standard deduction are on track to get tax rebates as early as September under a bill passed this year. But lawmakers at a House appropriations committee meeting heard today that some taxpayers will be left out.
Articles by Ben Paviour
A U.S. Appeals Court dealt a blow today/on Wednesday to Chinese investors who say they were deceived by former Gov. Terry McAuliffe in a failed electric car venture. But as Ben Paviour reports, they didn’t give McAuliffe and his high-profile business partner a free pass.
About two-thirds Democrats running in next week’s state primaries say they won’t take money from Dominion Energy, according to the activist group Activate Virginia. But at least half-dozen of that group are going a step farther and saying they won’t take any dollars from corporate donors.
Twelve years after the shooting at Virginia Tech, gun control advocates say they've won over Democratic lawmakers. But in the aftermath of the Virginia Beach shooting, they're continuing to meet resistance from Republicans who accuse them of hasty and divisive rhetoric in the wake of a tragedy.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced that he’ll convene a special session of the General Assembly to consider new gun control bills later this month, a plan a top Republican called “hasty and suspect” given Northam's recent political troubles.
Last week, Eastern Virginia Medical School estimated its investigation into a racist photo on Governor Ralph Northam's yearbook page would cost $300,000.
John Bercow, the speaker of Britain’s House of Commons, stopped by the Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday as part of the legislature’s 400th anniversary. Bercow emphasized the need for civility in politics.