The Post Assesses Kaine’s Legacy Assembly Adjourns, Using Stimulus Money to Forestall Drastic Cuts AP’s Legislative Wrap-up Assembly Approves Political Apparel at Voting Booths  Roanoke Legislators Score Assembly Wins  Assembly Approves $34 Million for Central Virginia Training Center Senate Conferees Reject Early Retirement Program for Teachers Assembly Passes Novelty Lighter Ban Virginia’s English Learners Test […]

William Fralin, a member of the House of Delegates since 2004, announced today that he will not run for re-election this November, citing family and business obligations. A Republican who represents parts of Botetourt and Roanoke counties, Fralin had gained respect from members of both parties for his intelligence, civility, and his genuine commitment to public […]

Negotiators Reach Late Budget Deal McDonnell Asks Rivals to Support Drilling State Ag Chief Haymore Asks Consumers Not To Boycott Virginia Peanuts Cantor Says Obama Trying to Do Too Much At Once Forbes, Cantor and Wolf Do Not Want Any Guantanamo Prisoners Transferred to Virginia Valentine Says Darfur Genocide Bill May Come Back Next Year […]

This seems to be the overall theme quickly emerging for the 2009 gubernatorial campaign. From both parties. Bob McDonnell will argue that he has spent two decades helping to solve Virginia’s major problems- welfare reform, juvenile justice, internet predators- and that he wants to be elected Governor to help fix the problems that Virginians are […]

Budget Negotiators Report Progress Kaine Will Veto Guns in Bars Bill Kaine Predicts Bruising Democratic Primary Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Court Gay Vote Bill Mims Confirmed as Virginia Attorney General Assembly Passes Bill Keeping Public from Having Access to Statewide Database of Concealed Weapons Holders Senate Kills Stolle Bill Opening Hanpton Roads HOV Lanes to Military […]

Jeff Schapiro and Tyler Whitley report on the RTD this evening that House negotiators have retreated on the chamber’s demand that Virginia colleges and universities take more out-of-state students. The effort, led by northern Virginia Republicans Dave Albo, Clay Athey and Tim Hugo, passed the entire House. But it was opposed by the leaders and board […]

Budget Negotiators Move Slowly UVa Professor Jon Cannon Picked for Number 2 Post at EPA VA. Supreme Court Hears Southern Environmental Law Center Suit Against Coal Fired Power Plant in Wise County New Crackdown on Payday Lenders Heads to Kaine Assembly Approves Cuccinelli-Cline Bill to Track Spending Online Bills To Expand Death Penalty to People […]

 Four Senators (Saslaw, Houck, Colgan and Wampler) and four Delegates (Cox, Hamilton, Hogan and Joannou) are conferring for the purpose of developing the public education budget for the second year of this biennium.  Going into this session, education advocates perceived there to be two battles – minimizing the cuts and keeping the cuts from being […]

Democrats wasted no time in trying to paint GOP Gubernatorial nominee-in-waiting, Bob McDonnell, into a political corner by urging him to agree to accept 100% of the stimulus money offered by the federal government, and reject Louisiana Governor Jindal’s selective refusal to accept certain of the goodies, because of his concern over the long term […]

Virginia Congressional  Delegation Reacts to Obama House-Senate Conferees Agree to $357 Million in Stimulus Money for K-12 and $130 Million for Higher Ed Assembly Eliminates Triggerman Rule for Death Penalty, Cuccinelli Opposes It Kaine Says Limits on Out-of-State Students Troubling Bill to Let Restaurant Patrons with Concealed Weapon Permit Carry Guns Passes House Bill to […]

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