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Robertson School students Salinna Lor and Tonecia Brothers-Sutton share their experience in the 2018 Governors Fellowship Program.
Bob Woodward shares anecdotes about his own investigative reporting and advises future journalists.
Hundreds of thousands of people from around the country rallied in the nation’s capital Saturday to send a single message to lawmakers: Enough is enough
RICHMOND, Va. (CNS) — Virginia's 2018 General Assembly session came to an end on March 10 with no state budget passed, but a large number of bills set to either become law, as in one to allow doctors to recommend CBD or THC-A oil for patients, or to be vetoed by Gov. Northam, as in one to ban sanctuary cities in the commonwealth.
WHSV's partner in Richmond, Capital News Service, has calculated how many bills each legislator passed and aggregated the data by party and gender.
For the past two months, Alexandra has had a closer view of the governmental process and politics at the state level. She has been sitting in on committee meetings of the Virginia General Assembly, delivering documents to lawmakers and helping legislative staff with day-to-day tasks.
Dr. Grace Harris, whose life and career stretched from the roads of rural Halifax County to the halls of the Virginia State Capital, was celebrated Saturday at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.
Gov. Ralph Northam recently praised the American spy thriller series “Homeland” for bolstering Virginia’s film industry and boosting the state’s economy. Recent studies add context to how Virginia attracts these productions through tax incentives and how such productions benefit the state.
Medicaid expansion and education topped the list of concerns when state legislators representing western Henrico County met with more than 100 constituents at a town hall meeting.
Traveling from all parts of the state, thousands of Virginians came to watch Ralph Northam take the gubernatorial oath of office on Saturday. Many traveled to show their support for the new governor – and others to reflect on what the future holds.
The Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights called on the General Assembly Tuesday to pass legislation to provide driver’s licenses and in-state college tuition to certain undocumented immigrants.