A new statewide poll conducted by the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University shows that Virginians disapprove of President Joe Biden’s job but are satisfied with the status of the state’s abortion laws.
A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling by a lower court that dismissed a lawsuit seeking to force members of the state’s Republican-controlled House of Delegates to face an unscheduled election this year.
The Buchanan County Government received nearly $1.3 million following last year’s massive flood which impacted Hurley, Virginia, but individual people and businesses did not. Now residents fear the same may ring true for this latest disaster.
City leaders say they want more time to review this latest ordinance and make changes before they vote on it, but workers say thisisn't the first time talks of unionizing have been allowed to languish.
By Graham Moomaw, Kate Masters and Rahul Chowdhry Sharma
Gov. Glenn Youngkin applauded Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision abolishing the constitutional right to an abortion and said Virginia Republicans will get to work on legislation “protecting the life of unborn children” by potentially banning most abortions after 15 weeks.
The U.S. Senate is taking a big step forward with gun safety.The Senate passed a cloture vote 65 to 44 Thursday, June 23, blocking a filibuster and clearing the way for a bipartisan bill to get a final vote.