A bill named for a fallen Montgomery County officer heads for a critical vote in Maryland’s House on Friday.
Virginia students who are charged with crimes at school could point to learning and behavioral issues as a defense under a bill approved by the General Assembly.
A bill approved by the state senate would change the law so a reckless driving charge automatically applies to all drivers clocked going faster than 85 mph on any Virginia road, instead of the existing 80 mph limit.
A bill that’s making its way through Virginia’s General Assembly would prevent political parties from requiring voters to sign a party affiliation statement in a presidential primary.
Virginia’s House of Delegates has passed a bill that would regulate and provide rules for tax collection on short-term room or house rentals through apps or websites like AirBnB.
Virginia’s House and Senate have approved bills that would require an average of 20 minutes of recess or other physical activity per day for elementary school students.
Legislation to make drug makers reveal how much they spend marketing high-priced drugs has stalled in the Virginia General Assembly, at least for this year.
A bill to create a statewide policy on tolling is moving forward in the General Assembly.
WASHINGTON — After a semester of salacious charges this fall at the University of Virginia that drew out information about underlying problems with campus sex assault, Virginia’s General Assembly has moved to lay out new…
WASHINGTON — A bill to boost fines for releasing too many balloons into the air in Virginia may have deflated on Friday, but the debate certainly didn’t. Sen. Jeff McWaters, R-Virginia Beach, said his opponents…
WASHINGTON — A bill to limit how much data police collect from sources like license plate readers, and how long they can keep it, has just been approved by Virginia’s state Senate. The bill, sponsored…
WASHINGTON — There’s a plan to ban kids from being suspended or expelled from publicly funded pre-kindergarten programs in D.C., and some think the ban should be extended to students of all ages. A bill…
He was in a position few Americans ever find themselves in — on a team tasked to design the new $100 bill. But Chevy Chase artist Barton
Rubenstein could not have imagined all the considerations that went into creating
Tiffany Alston, a Prince George\’s delegate to Maryland\’s General Assembly, sponsored a bill calling for special masters in Maryland to judge non-jailable traffic offenses.
With the goal of preventing the next Virginia Tech massacre, a delegate in Virginia is proposing full-time college professors be allowed to carry guns on campus.