Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has again vetoed a bill aimed at preventing so-called “sanctuary cities” in the state.
The Virginia Republican who embraced Confederate monuments and associated with white supremacists during failed statewide office bids will head a conservative super PAC.
The veto blocks a gun permit bill. Northam has about two more weeks to act on remaining bills.
Before the blackface scandals erupted, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring had said he planned to run for governor in 2021. In an interview, he said those plans are not on his mind at the moment.
Starting in November 2020, Virginia voters would no longer need a reason to vote early through in-person absentee voting, starting two Saturdays before Election Day.
A second woman is accusing Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexual assault, saying Fairfax raped her in 2000 while the two were students at Duke University.
The failure could leave the state unable to immediately process thousands of tax returns it’s already received for the 2018 tax year.
A pitched debate about late-term abortions in Virginia erupted into all-out political warfare Thursday as Republicans — including President Donald Trump — sought to capitalize on Democratic missteps.
Virginia is providing advances on state transit funding to avoid problems due to the federal government shutdown. The commonwealth will be forwarding two months of state funding to area transit systems to mitigate the effects of the shutdown.
Taxes and spending, gambling and the environment are among some of the issues expected to dominate Virginia’s General Assembly session that begins Wednesday afternoon.
Proposals to limit corporate money in politics and personal use of campaign funds are among a slew of bills that are set to be considered by the General Assembly in the session that begins Wednesday.
Virginia laws meant to protect people walking around are not as specific as the laws requiring drivers to stop for pedestrians in Maryland and D.C., so there is another push for changes planned this winter.
Northern Virginia traffic received plenty of attention Wednesday night when Democratic U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine and his Republican challenger, Prince William County Board Supervisor Corey Stewart, faced off in their second of three debates. See photos and video.
Virginia House Republicans have filed their own redistricting proposal they say will fix what a court found were unconstitutionally gerrymandered districts.
Virginia’s General Assembly convened Thursday for a special session meant to deal with court-ordered redistricting, but did not get very far into the process.
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