On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by Stephen Farnsworth, Ph.D. Professor and Director, Center for Leadership and Media Studies, University of Mary Washington and Chris Saxman, Executive Director of Virginia FREE.
This Week in Richmond
This Week in Richmond gives Virginians an in-depth look at important developments and decisions coming out of the capitol. From budget cuts to regulatory affairs, the program spotlights the latest happenings at the General Assembly. It provides timely insights and behind-the-headlines analysis of the most recent news about taxes, education and other matters that are critical to people in the Commonwealth.
State capitol veteran, David Bailey, is the producer and host of the show. Bailey captures first-hand perspectives of state legislators and other voices from the Capitol. He also presents viewers with unique analysis and thoughtful perspective on important issues of statewide interest.
On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe to discuss, school breakfast for educational success, No Kid Hungry Virginia Campaign, connecting Virginia’s food system, promoting national service and military child identifier.
On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by John L. Newby II, Commissioner of Virginia Department of Veterans Services to discuss all Virginia veteran issues including health, care centers and employment.
On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by representatives from the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis--Michael J. Cassidy, President, Laura Goren, Research Director and Chris Duncombe, Senior Policy Analyst--to discuss tax policy and education.
On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by Brian McGraw, P.E., State Fire Marshal and Brook Pittinger, Virginia Department of Fire Programs Acting Executive Director, to discuss Fire Prevention Week (October 8th-14th) and what can be done to make our homes safer.